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Posted by admin on Mar 08, 2021
ACH Payments

According to the Electronic Payments Association, consumers save both time and money paying electronically rather than writing paper checks. Consumers who pay bills online save the least 90 minutes a month off the time it takes to pay monthly bills by paper check.  An average consumer..

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Posted by admin on Mar 02, 2021
echeck payment processing

Pros and cons of three ways of processing echecks. Discover which method is right for your business to accept echeck payments. What are Echecks? Echecks are the most popular alternative payment method for US shoppers.  Millions of Americans regularly pay for goods and services with..

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Posted by admin on Jan 25, 2021
High Risk Echeck Payment Processing

ACH and echeck payment processing for high-risk merchants.  Fastest way to get more orders.  Gain a competitive edge in the market. Due to the nature of some high-risk merchants, getting the right ACH or echeck payment processing solutions in place can be a frustrating..

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Posted by admin on Jun 30, 2020
eCheck Payment Processing

How You Benefit from Echecks Echecks are a trusted alternative payment method used by millions of US consumers. This article reviews the top 20 benefits of accepting electronic checks. Reasons to Accept Electronic Checks Here are a some of the benefits you can expect when you..

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Posted by admin on Sep 16, 2016

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 Jun 29, 2016
Why Echecks are Replacing Paper

What is an Electronic CheckAn eCheck or electronic check is an electronic version of a traditional paper based check.An echeck account gives you the ability to automatically debit funds from your customers bank accounts.  Funds are then deposited into your business bank account.Customers  provide..

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