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Posted by admin on Jun 08, 2021
High Risk Merchant Account Security

The first step to finding a solution for your high-risk merchant status is to recognize the risk involved in the nature of your transactions. The inability to plan for the high-risk status of your industry may put you in a pit of despair that eventually leads to a blocked account. Most vendors..

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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 Aug 21, 2020
High Risk Merchant Accounts

If your business is a reputable one that happens to fall under a high risk classification with domestic banks, this can cause greater expense and limitations on your account than you would like. Whether this classification is imposed due to the number of chargebacks or fraudulent transactions..

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Posted by admin on Jun 26, 2020
Debt Consolidation Merchant Accounts

Quickly and easily accept cards, ACH, and echeck payments.  Debt consolidation merchant accounts with high volume payment processing capacity.  Accept convenient, trusted payment methods from your customers. And watch your business grow. In this article, you will discover the pros and..

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Posted by Tina Brandon on Sep 29, 2016
Echecks Better for High Ticket Orders

The higher the dollar amount of a specific transaction, the greater the risks involved.  The risks and responsibility of fraud and chargebacks. extend to you as the merchant as well as to your processor & acquiring bank.  Some industries process high tickets on regular basis.  For..

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Posted by admin on Jun 01, 2015
ACH merchant account

Changes to ACH Rules Move Merchants to EchecksAn essential indicator for ACH payments is that it requires constant monitoring is the unauthorized return rate. An unauthorized return occurs when an Originating depository financial institution (ODFI) debits the Receiving depository financial..

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