Establish A Business Merchant Account To Accept Card Payments

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A merchant account is required for you to accept card payments…

This account is similar to a bank account that is used only for card transaction payments. When your business begins accepting card payments, the merchant account is needed to receive funds.

A merchant account can be arranged through merchant services provider that usually offers the technology required to accept card payments.

When a customer uses a card for payment and the transaction is approved, funds are transferred to your merchant account. A merchant account provider typically has a standard setup fee, a monthly fee, and charges a specified percentage per transaction.

When reviewing merchant services providers, find out whether a long-term contract is required. In addition, verify the transaction processing security features offered by the provider. To accept card transactions in a merchant account with reduced risk of fraud, your business should become PCI compliant.

Merchant Accounts:

• Simple signup

• Low setup cost

• Very competitive fees

Merchant Services:

• Phone & mail payments

• Chip & PIN terminals

• Online payment processing

We offer one-year rolling contracts and competitive fees that make it convenient and inexpensive for your business to accept card payments.

We will help your business become PCI compliant and will provide a personal account assistant who can provide information and answer questions regarding your merchant account. We offer a UK-based customer service helpline that is available 7 days a week. These are some of the many benefits of having a merchant account with us.

Our merchant account customers receive an assortment of member benefits including discounts on various business services. We offer our customers more and strive to keep them satisfied.

Speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable payment specialists to learn more about our merchant accounts.

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