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Posted by Tina Brandon on Aug 02, 2016
Boost Security and Cut Fees with eChecks

eChecks Safe, Secure & Save You MoneyBusiness has moved online in a big way, but payments have lagged behind.If you deal with customers in the United States, the payment infrastructure you use could be vulnerable to attack. Your customer data is at risk and this lack of security could be..

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Posted by Tina Brandon on Jul 26, 2016
Why Business Use ACH Payments

 ACH Payment ProcessingThe Automatic Clearing house (ACH) system is used as a secure means of crediting and debiting billions of dollars’ worth of payments every year. ACH payment processing is used widely in numerous industries for both business-to-business and business-to-consumer..

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Posted by admin on Jul 14, 2016
Considering using ACH as a payment method- Here are the benefits

If you’re looking for an alternative payment method to offer your customers, you might have considered using ACH payments. Electronic payments are becoming increasingly popular among consumers and merchants alike. Many Americans now prefer to pay electronically rather than using a paper check...

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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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Posted by admin on Jun 02, 2016
eChecks for Online Merchants

Accept Checks OnlineWant an easy way to increase sales 8-20%?  While saving money on payment processing costs? Simply add echecks  as a payment option to your checkout page.Get More OrdersElectronic checks give customers another way to buy from you. Obviously, the more ways customers have to..

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Posted by admin on May 15, 2016
Echecks Reduce Risk for High Ticket Sales

Increased Demand for High Ticket ProductsThe term “high-ticket” is used to designate an wide categories of products that have one feature in common: they are expensive. Examples of high ticket items include luxury items, such as designer clothing & jewelry, collectibles, electronics,..

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