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Posted by admin on Jul 12, 2021
Cryptocurrency Merchant Account

Cryptocurrencies were birthed in 2009 and have evolved considerably over the years, with the future looking bright because of the benefits crypto payments offer merchants and customers. Merchants need to adapt to this changing environment as quickly as possible since it’s clear that crypto..

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Posted by admin on Jul 08, 2021
Crypto payments for gambling and gaming

Although cryptocurrencies have been around for quite a while, it is only recently that they have begun a massive breakthrough across a range of different industries. From ecommerce to travel, jewelry, digital entertainment, and more, merchants in all industries are experiencing demand to accept..

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Posted by admin on Jun 08, 2021
High Risk Merchant Account Security

The first step to finding a solution for your high-risk merchant status is to recognize the risk involved in the nature of your transactions. The inability to plan for the high-risk status of your industry may put you in a pit of despair that eventually leads to a blocked account. Most vendors..

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Posted by admin on Jun 02, 2021
High Risk Merchant Account

With developments in the world of finance, payment providers have turned their eyes to high-risk merchants in a bid to offer them the best payment processing solutions currently available in the market. High-risk merchants usually operate in industries that most traditional payment processors..

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Posted by admin on May 31, 2021

What is an ACH Processing Account? An ACH account enables you to direct debit funds from buyers’ checking or savings accounts and electronically transfer the funds to your business bank account.    An ACH account captures sales from customers who do not have cards,..

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Posted by admin on Apr 23, 2021
eChecks for High-Risk Merchants

eChecks or electronic checks are the most popular alternative payment method in the US.   Adding echecks to your checkout page is the fastest way to increase sales.  Millions of Americans regularly pay for goods and services using eclectronic checks rather than cards. ..

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