Whether you’re just starting out as a business owner or have been doing this for years, the ability to accept credit cards is a must. That means that you’re going to need a credit card processor – but how can you be sure you’re choosing the right one for you?
Your business deserves to pay a fair price for your credit card processing. Many businesses overpay for credit card processing, often without even realizing it. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to make sure that your credit card processing fees are as painless as possible.
When things get lean you may be tempted to look into other ways of bringing money into your business, including merchant cash advances. Think again – merchant cash advances may sound great, but they are more expensive in the long run.
We want to connect with you as time falls back starting Sunday, November 3. Your credit card machine clocks need to be changed to ensure your transaction and batch settings continue to work like normal. We have created a few videos to walk you through changing the time on your machines.
We know that no business owner likes to pay credit card processing fees. Recently we’ve been getting a lot of questions about surcharging, and we understand why. Today we want to focus on the dark side of the surcharging story – sleazy sales tactics.
You of course want to make a smart decision when choosing a credit card processor for your business, but you can’t do that if you don’t know what to look for. Here are five simple ways to make sure you choose a credit card processor that’s right for you.
If your business does not yet accept credit cards, you’re missing out in a big way. You should stop for a moment to consider what you’re leaving on the table. Take a look at this article the next time you find yourself wondering, “should my business accept credit cards?”
There are many different credit card terminals out there. The answer depends on a few factors, including how you generally take payments, the kinds of goods or services you sell, and even where you do business. Here are five common ways to accept credit card payments and the types of businesses best suited for them.
Merchant account services statements are complicated and confusing, and some processors take advantage of this to hide junk fees from unsuspecting customers. While you’ll never see these fees on a 360 Payments statement, it pays (quite literally) to be informed. Here are five bogus merchant services fees you should know about.
If you’re like most business owners, you probably don’t think all that much about your banking relationship on a day to day basis. Let’s take a look at five red flags that mean it’s time to switch banks.