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Posted by admin on Jun 08, 2010

Don't Lose Out to Your CompetitionI was shopping for a gift to send out to my mother this week. Like most web shoppers, I surfed from site to site looking for the perfect gift.  Once I found out what I wanted to buy, I again searched from site to site to find the lowest price on the item.Finally..

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Posted by admin on Jun 01, 2010

Do Buyers Really Use Electronic Checks?Merchants are sometimes skeptical when told that echecks or electronic checks can boost sales up to 29%. After all, the merchants say, doesn't everybody have a debit card?  Why would anybody chose to use an electronic check instead?Limitations of Debit..

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Posted by admin on May 31, 2010

ACH payment processing is the least expensive payment processing options for merchants.  When a buyer chooses to pay by ACH, merchants save big.  Rather than paying credit card companies over 2% of the sales price, merchants add that 2% of bottom line profits.ACH has become a generic term..

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Posted by admin on May 26, 2010

A PayItGreen Survey 2010 reports that consumers pay bills online-only are more satisfied with their bank and/or credit union.  In addition, payments online, either via ACH payments, credit cards or direct from banking sites appeals to consumers “green” consciousness about helping the..

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Posted by admin on May 18, 2010

Merchants selling on the internet that are not accepting electronic checks are losing business.  Offering electronic checks as payments can increase sales up to 29%. The boost in sales comes from payments for orders that otherwise would have been lost.  Depending on the ACH electronic check..

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Posted by admin on May 11, 2010

High risk ACH payment processing applies to companies that traditionally have a higher number of transactions that are revoked by customers.  .High risk ACH merchants fall into a different pricing category than low risk ACH merchants.  Low risk companies pay a flat rate per transaction, receive..

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