Guaranteed Lowest Cost Merchant Account Possible !
We have partnered with PayProTec to provide you the best options for your credit card processing available.
How much do you spend for your total cost of taking credit cards ?
Do any of these describe your situation?
- Customers charge whole bill to get “their points” or “Cash Back”?
- Hidden fees add up to make your “real costs” higher than before?
- You pay equipment rental/lease payment to process credit cards?
- You pay a monthly fee to use the Merchant Account?
- Quoted rates are not the rate for your customer charges?
- Tired of every company saying they can “beat” the rates?
- Thousands of dollars each year off your bottom line?
We have two simple solutions:
- A Standard processing program guaranteed to reduce your processing costs, or we will give you $500.00 for trying
- A customizable program which can totally eliminate all your processing, equipment, PCI, and monthly fees
Zero Processing Fees … Yes Zero Processing Fees!
Our new innovative program, is called Edge. does just that! How many of your customers receive the insurance check for thousands of dollars. then decide to deposit the check into their account and use their best “Rewards Card” to charge the entire bill when completed? These cards always cost you extra money, they never fit into the low interchange rate you were quoted … sometimes even by 250%.
The Edge program is an innovative new program made possible by the recent Supreme Court ruling that allows you to share or transfer the costs of processing back to the customer. This wasn’t possible a few years ago since it was against your merchant services agreement. Edge now offers a customizable programs that will allow you to encourage payment by check or cash, and stop these unnecessary costs to your business.
This program also allows you to have zero equipment fees, transaction fees, and all the hidden costs, or share the costs based on charge levels. You could decide to take all credit cards for deductibles up to $500.00 at no sharing costs, but for charges above this amount you can even set a sliding scale. As an example; $501.00 – $1000.00 the customer shares half the costs, and over $1000.00 they pay the whole costs. Believe it or not, customers will still use their rewards card even if a non-cash fee is added, just to get their points!
You can also individually decide when processing to override the fee as well for your “best” customers.
This new program is a game changer … how much money can this save you on your bottom line ?
Standard Processing Options
So if you just want a standard processing plan … we are also your best solution as well.
We guarantee we will beat what you are paying now or give you $500.00 for wasting your time.
We offer complete solutions for your specific needs including Point of Sale Systems, Wired, Wireless, and even mobile network connection devices. We can handle web eCommerce sites as well as Debit Pin Pads, Gift Cards, and even Apple Pay. We are here to get you the best rate and equipment so you have exactly what you need.
Contact us today and let’s talk about what you need, and how we can assist you to get there.
Are you PCI Compliant and Aware of the Requirements ?
EMV — which stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa — is a global standard for cards equipped with computer chips and the technology used to authenticate chip-card transactions. In the wake of numerous large-scale data breaches and increasing rates of counterfeit card fraud, U.S. card issuers are migrating to this new technology to protect consumers and reduce the costs of fraud.
For merchants and financial institutions, the switch to EMV means adding new in-store technology and internal processing systems, and complying with new liability rules. For consumers, it means activating new cards and learning new payment processes. Most of all, it means greater protection against fraud.
EMV Cards – Who Will be Liable for the Costs of Fraud?
Today, if an in-store transaction is conducted using a counterfeit, stolen or otherwise compromised card, consumer losses from that transaction fall back on the payment processor or issuing bank, depending on the card’s terms and conditions.
After an Oct. 1, 2015, deadline created by major U.S. credit card issuers MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express, the liability for card-present fraud will shift to whichever party is the least EMV-compliant in a fraudulent transaction.
Contact us for additional information about Merchants Services and how you can reduce your credit card processing expense.