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Posted by admin on Sep 17, 2015
Travel Merchant Accounts

Accept Echecks to Get More Orders The more payment options travel merchants offer customers, the more sales will be made.When you accept checks online, sales increase up to 30%.  You capture sales from customers who do not have cards, are maxed out on cards, or who simply prefer to pay you with..

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Posted by admin on Sep 03, 2015
high risk merchant accounts

Accept Electronic Checks to Boost SalesDigital content merchants increase profits quickly when they accept checks online.  Echecks give shoppers another convenient method to purchase from you.  Get orders from buyers that don't have cards, are maxed out on cards.  And many shoppers simply..

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Posted by admin on Aug 19, 2015
high risk ACH

Accept Checks Online & Get More SalesEcigarette merchants add echecks as a payment option to get more orders from buyers that don't have cards, are maxed out on cards, or simply prefer to pay you  with with an electronic check.It's simple.  The more payment options you offer, the more sales..

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Posted by admin on Jul 29, 2015

Echecks Trump Cards for Recurring BillingOnline dating sites increase profits from recurring billing by offering echecks as a payment option.  When you accept checks online, members pay you from their bank accounts rather than with a credit card.  Echeck transactions are processed via ACH or..

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Posted by admin on Jul 08, 2015

E Checks Boost Profits Echeck MLM merchant accounts are one of the best ways to increase sales and profits.  The more ways distributors and customers can pay you, the more sales you make.Electronic check processing gives you the ability to electronically debit funds from buyers' bank accounts...

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Posted by admin on Jul 01, 2015
ch 21 for fantasy sports

Echecks for Recurring PaymentsIn recent years, ACH payments have experienced continued growth.  A large part of the grwoth curve is due to the increasing popularity of recurring payments.The results released by the National Automated Clearing House Association for the first quarter of 2015..

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