ACH Blog

Posted by admin on Jul 03, 2020

More Ways to Pay = More Sales Automated Clearing House, or ACH payment processing, is one of the oldest, most reliable forms of electronic funds transfer.    The last decade has seen ACH transactions soar, due to the advent of web-based ecommerce and consumer preferences for paying..

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Posted by admin on Jun 11, 2020
Debt Consolidation Merchant Accounts

Proven payment processing method for debit relief, debt settlement, and debt consolidation merchants.  Many debt consolidation companies have challenges obtaining card processing merchant accounts.  The primary reason is that debt relief, settlement & consolidation firms..

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Posted by admin on May 26, 2020
echeck payment for ecommerce merchants

Echecks protect high risk card & ACH merchant accounts.  And are a great payment option for high risk merchants who cannot qualify for card or ACH merchant accounts due to industry type. Let’s face it.  Many high risk merchants have a hard time maintaining the low chargeback..

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Posted by admin on Jan 04, 2019
Electronic Bill Payments

What are Direct Payments? Direct payment is the term used for paying bills electronically through the ACH payments network. Direct Payment goes by many names, including automatic bill payment, automatic debit, electronic bill payment, or direct debit. Billers use direct payments for both one-time..

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Posted by admin on Feb 26, 2018
ACH Payments

Three words can describe the direct response marketing industry - quick, measurable, and effective. Businesses across the country have always applied some form of direct response to attract and quickly convert viewers into buyers. Traditionally, this meant short-term sales and exclusive deals..

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Posted by admin on Feb 16, 2018
ACH Payments Processing

The success of any lending operation hinges on the ability to recover the loan. Across the nation, millions of people and businesses are borrowing cash to supplement their income or augment working capital. A base of nearly 10 to 12 million Americans rely on short-term borrowing every year. The..

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