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Posted by Tina Brandon on Sep 06, 2016
ACH Superior to Checks

If you’re looking for an alternative payment method to offer your customers, you may be considering using ACH payments.Electronic payments are becoming increasingly popular among consumers and merchants alike. Old fashioned paper checks are on the decline.  Yet, electronic check processing..

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Posted by Tina Brandon on Aug 02, 2016
Boost Security and Cut Fees with eChecks

eChecks Safe, Secure & Save You MoneyBusiness has moved online in a big way, but payments have lagged behind.If you deal with customers in the United States, the payment infrastructure you use could be vulnerable to attack. Your customer data is at risk and this lack of security could be..

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Posted by admin on Jun 02, 2016
eChecks for Online Merchants

Accept Checks OnlineWant an easy way to increase sales 8-20%?  While saving money on payment processing costs? Simply add echecks  as a payment option to your checkout page.Get More OrdersElectronic checks give customers another way to buy from you. Obviously, the more ways customers have to..

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Posted by admin on Nov 11, 2015
high risk merchants

Are you a selling neutracetucals and vitamins?  Boost orders by accepting electronic checks from your customers.  Call 214-269-9361.  Nutraceuticals in Great DemandAs the health consciousness of consumers has increased, focus has shifted from treating illnesses to preventing them.  Leading to..

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Posted by admin on Nov 05, 2015
echecks, electronic checks, global ecommerce

Accept echecks and get more orders from your US customers.  Call 214-269-9361 today to find out more on how to quickly increase your sales. Echecks Most Popular Alternative Payment Option for US BuyersThe United States is among the top targeted markets for global ecommerce.   The easiest way..

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Posted by admin on Oct 29, 2015
echecks, collection merchant accounts, electronic checks

How Echecks Increase Your ProfitsWith the latest changes in ACH regulations, collection firms are now forced to find echeck processing that does not use the ACH network.The consequences of this change are creating a certain amount of anxiety within the collections industry.  Which is sure to..

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