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Posted by admin on Aug 03, 2020
High Ticket Merchant Account Guide to Success

No one can deny the difficulty of running a business, but if you are a high-ticket merchant, it is exponentially harder for you. Here is a comprehensive guide that entails all that you need to know about high ticket merchant accounts, the setbacks, and the solutions. Who is a High-Ticket..

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Posted by admin on Jun 18, 2020
Credit Repair Merchant Accounts

Let’s face it.  Credit repair companies need merchant accounts.  Yet often have a difficult time obtaining or maintaining the payment processing capacity needed to manage and grow their business. Now, life is easier.  Quickly obtain credit repair merchant accounts and watch..

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Posted by admin on May 27, 2020
Telemedicine Payment Processing

Are you a telemedicine services company seeking cost-effective ways to accept payments from patients?  Or a telehealth software platform that wants to add payment processing as a value-added service to your telemedicine clients?  You have come in the right place. Quickly and easily..

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Posted by admin on May 21, 2020
Debt Collection Merchant Accounts

Are you a debt collection agency accepting payments from debtors?  There are 3 main ways debt collection merchants process payments.  Debit Cards (Americans Love Cards) ACH Payments (Lowest Cost / High Reliability)EChecks (Great for Collection Agencies with High Chargebacks or..

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Posted by admin on Mar 28, 2016
High Volume Merchant Accounts

Echecks Boost Profits for High Volume MerchantsHigh volume merchants discover that adding electronic check processing is one of the easiest ways to increase sales and profits.  The ACH network the oldest and most reliable electronic payment method available in the United States. As the ACH..

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Posted by admin on Jan 11, 2016
ACH, ACH payment processing, ACH merchant account, ACH payments

What Is ACH?An ACH merchant account is an excellent alternative to card payments, allowing you to capture sales from customers that do not have cards, are maxed out on cards, or simply prefer to pay with an electronic bank transfer.  ACH rates are also often significantly lower than rates for..

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