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 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 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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Posted by Tina Brandon on Mar 27, 2017
Echecks for Loan Modificiation

Modifying loans is a much-needed service. If your business offers this complex service you already know there is no lack of demand. However, a lack of investment in compliance and technology has had an impact on services. Borrowers are facing increasing challenges to get their loans modified..

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Posted by Tina Brandon on Nov 01, 2016

Same day ACH is now a reality for initiating credits.  For debits, same day ACH will be available next year.  ACH is a form of Electronic Funds Transfer or EFT.  Each time you pay or receive salaries and wages, make direct deposits, pay for utilities or conduct any other transaction, the funds..

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