Any part of running a business includes having a merchant account. You have to be able to make and take payments, and in turn, use those funds to pay your employees and vendors. But, what do you do if the money submitted isn’t going to your bank, but instead is being held for credit review?
As part of our series, "Understanding the Ins and Outs of Credit Card Processing" we explain who the primary players are in the payment process.
Why consider switching merchant/gateway partners this year? What are the benefits? There are several. To make it easy, we've highlighted the top four reasons:
As part of our series, "Understanding the Ins and Outs of Credit Card Processing" we explain what a payment gateway is and its importance in the payment process.
During the past few years, payment gateways have taken off, making online payments for products and services the favored payment method for consumers when making a purchase. Reoccurring payment companies such as Stitch Fix and Barkbox have driven the payments industry to another level, too.
This time of year, more and more people find it in their hearts and wallets to donate to various charities.
It’s the time of year when people gather and give thanks. We’d be remiss if we didn’t partake in this tradition, especially since this year we’re a smidge more grateful than usual. We recently celebrated our 35th year in business. We didn’t make a big fuss, mind you. We simply reflected on how fortunate we are to be in an industry that’s ever evolving and to have customers who continue to trust us for their payment processing needs.
Almost 76 million credit card numbers were stolen from 2017-2018, according to Gemini Advisory. So how can you keep your company and your customer’s data safe; and how can technologies like Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) help?
Back-to-school shopping has become big business for retailers. According to a new study by Deloitte, total back-to-school spending was expected to hit $27.8 billion, or $519 per student this year — up only slightly from the $27.6 billion, or $510 per student, anticipated the same time last year.
How many times have we asked our kids to help us with an app, or post an Instagram story, or even configure our new PC? They, and their generation, don’t remember a time when the Internet didn’t exist, when you didn’t have access to information in the palm of your hand, or you couldn’t immediately purchase something online.