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Posted by admin on Sep 17, 2015
Travel Merchant Accounts

Accept Echecks to Get More Orders The more payment options travel merchants offer customers, the more sales will be made.When you accept checks online, sales increase up to 30%.  You capture sales from customers who do not have cards, are maxed out on cards, or who simply prefer to pay you with..

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Posted by admin on Mar 20, 2015
Check 21

Echecks Boost SalesEchecks are the most popular alternative payment method for US buyers. High risk processing with electronic checks increases your sales and profits.Echecks are an excellent solution for high risk merchants.  Echecks are processed through bank-to-bank date exchange based on..

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Posted by admin on Feb 21, 2014
International ACH merchant account

Get More Orders from US ShoppersThe US ecommerce market provides big opportunities for international merchants.  According to Internet Retailer, the US market expanded 13% in 2013, with over $262 billion being spent online.International merchants find that offering alternative payments such as..

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Posted by admin on Nov 22, 2013
Electronic Cigarette Ecommerce Merchant Accounts

Ecommerce Payment Processing for EcigsSales of electronic cigarettes are projected to double to $1 billion this year with growth to $3 billion within 5 years.   “Consumption of e-cigs may overtake traditional cigarettes in the next decade,” predicts Wells Fargo analyst Bonnie..

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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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