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Posted by admin on Feb 12, 2018
What is an echeck

Your customers need to rely on plastic to buy from your online store, right?Not really. Over the past few years, a growing number of online retailers are adopting alternative payment methods in an attempt to reach out to more customers and streamline the sales process. A standout alternative to..

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Posted by admin on Jan 10, 2018
eCheck Payment Processing

Paper checks have been relegated to history. In a fast-paced digital world, consumers seek out and reward companies that offer convenience. Companies across the country are now trying to streamline the payment processes and improve the customer transaction experience by adopting echeck payment..

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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 Sep 22, 2016
Continuity Merchant Accounts For Recurring Billing

Continuity merchants are embracing the benefits of recurring billing to stabilize cash flow, reduce expenses, and increase sales.Continuity businesses are quickly catching on that many consumers prefer to pay on a recurring basis.  This has long been the business model for online subscription..

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Posted by admin on Sep 16, 2016
Electronic Checks for Patient Payments

Electronic Checks for Health Care ProvidersThe vast majority of health care providers are still processing payment manually.  Over 80% of pateient payments for health care services are paid with paper checks. The cost of accepting paper checks drastically drives up the costs of medical services..

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Posted by admin on May 15, 2016
Echecks Reduce Risk for High Ticket Sales

Increased Demand for High Ticket ProductsThe term “high-ticket” is used to designate an wide categories of products that have one feature in common: they are expensive. Examples of high ticket items include luxury items, such as designer clothing & jewelry, collectibles, electronics,..

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