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Posted by admin on Sep 25, 2014
High Risk Merchants

E Checks for More SalesOffering electronic checks (echecks) as a payment option gives you an easy way to increase sales.  The more ways customers have to pay you, the more orders you will receive.  Echecks electronically debit payments from customer’s bank accounts and automatically deposit the..

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Posted by admin on Feb 12, 2014
ecommerce echecks

Get More Orders with an Echeck AccountNaturally, accepting cards on your website is important.  Yet, if you do not offer alternative payment methods, such as echecks on your checkout page, you are unnecessarily losing sales to your competition who do.Business Case for Echecks on Your SiteOver 29%..

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Posted by admin on Feb 04, 2014
Check 21 Payment Processing

Reducing E Check Processing RiskWhen you accept checks online, you can increase sales up to  29%. Yet some merchants still wonder how safe electronic check processing is.E checks are the most popular alternative payment method for US shoppers. And are one of the safest ways to process payments...

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Posted by admin on Dec 13, 2013
Remotely Created Checks

What is RCC?Remotely created checks (RCC) are an outgrowth of Check 21 legislation. Check 21 was originally implemented to allow paper checks to be cleared through the Federal Reserve via bank-to-bank image transfer. Most Check 21 transactions start as paper checks from which electronic images..

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Posted by admin on Oct 01, 2013
ACH, Check 21, Uniform Commercial Code, Fraud, High Risk

E Checks Increase SalesAre you a high risk merchant who wants to accept check online accept check by phone orders?  Electronic checks are the most popular alternative payment method for US shoppers.  With echecks you capture more more sales from buyers who don't have cards or are maxed out on..

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Posted by admin on Sep 19, 2013
eChecks, Check 21, NACHA, ACH Payment Processing, High Risk Merchant Accounts

High Risk Merchants Move from ACH to EchecksHigh risk merchants will tell you how challenging it is to remain compliant with restrictive ACH payments processing regulations regarding chargebacks on echecks. It is virtually impossible for many high risk merchants to comply with rules demanded..

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