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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 Feb 24, 2016
How PCI Compliance Relates to ACH Payments

What is PCI Compliance?The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, commonly known as PCI DSS, has long been the leading authority in terms of security for the credit card processing industry. Its reliability makes PCI enormously valuable when it comes to protecting not just card information,..

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Posted by admin on Feb 02, 2016
Preventing ACH Payment Fraud

Innovation within the payment industry frequently leads to the opening of new opportunities for fraudsters. In order to avoid the costs associated with fraud attacks, all parties involved in the payment process need to improve their fraud prevention strategies.Fraudsters display unparalleled..

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Posted by admin on Jan 19, 2016

Protect Cash Flow with EchecksEncouraging your customers to use ACH for recurring payments stabilizes cash flow, saves money, and increases the long-term value of your customers to your business.  Recurring Billing Business OpportunityTraditionally, ACH merchant accounts have been used for..

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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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Posted by Tina Brandon on Nov 30, 2015
ACH Unauthorized Return

What is an ACH Unauthorized Return?An unauthorized return for an ACH payment occurs when the originating depository financial institution asks for the amount  debited from the bank account of the buyer to be returned to the account from which it was withdrawn.In most situations, the return is..

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