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Posted by admin on Aug 08, 2017
ecommerce merchant account

Six steps to take in deciding when to upgrade from Etsy or PayPal to operating out of your own merchant account.PayPal and other small, automatically approved merchant accounts are designed to help startup entrepreneurs begin accepting payments online almost immediately. Most e-merchants start..

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Posted by admin on Jul 26, 2017
Lenders Merchant Account

If you’ve ever needed to take out a payday loan, you know how essential the service can be for some people who just need a little help. If you manage a payday loan servicing business, you know how difficult it is to find a merchant account provider willing to work with you to provide convenient..

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Posted by admin on Jul 10, 2017
Nutraceutical Merchant Account

If there were ways to fight aging, promote sexual health or achieve weight loss without surgery or prescriptions, wouldn’t you?This is the premise on which nutraceutical companies operate – that most people want to improve their health, but may not want to undergo medical procedures or take..

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Posted by Tina Brandon on Jun 13, 2017
Same Day ACH Credits

Consumers and businesses are used to getting what they want when they want it. Your groceries get delivered the same-day and you can summon an Uber in minutes. Payments, however, still tend to take a while. Even in 2016, the quickest way to get your money from one bank to the other is to withdraw..

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Posted by Tina Brandon on Jun 07, 2017
Accept eChecks & Increase Orders from US Buyers

Online sellers are at a crossroad. The immense opportunity of being able to sell to everyone across the planet is complicated by a lack of support for payments. The global ecommerce market is, without a doubt, poised for growth. Sales are expected to reach $1.09 trillion by 2017. That’s an annual..

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Posted by Tina Brandon on May 28, 2017
Collection Merchant Accounts

The collection industry has been growing along with debt for unpaid purchases, bills, services, and other debts. There are over 1 billion credit cards open in the U.S. alone, and each American household owes an average of about $135,000 in debt. Factor in the complexity of the ever-growing internet..

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