Guide to High Risk Credit Card Processing

Do you want to know how to accept credit card payments in a safe and efficient manner? How can you get approved for traditional or high risk credit card processing without challenges? To get answers to these questions and know more about credit card payments, just read below. Accepting Credit Card Payments Increasingly, more and

Why Processors Suspend Legitimate High Risk Merchant Accounts

Are you worried about your payment processor while running your business online? Do you wonder when your processors can suspend or terminate high risk merchant accounts even if they’re legitimate? This article will tell you about the reasons and help you solve your issues. Why Is Your Merchant Account Suspended or Closed? When working with

What Is a High-Risk Business?

A financial institution labels a business “high risk” for a number of reasons, including its industry, potential legalities, and its risk for chargebacks and financial problems. This is problematic because it impacts a business’ ability to borrow money  and obtain merchant accounts, which are required if a business wants to accept and process credit card

Trends in Customer Service

Today, there’s a range of options available to most customers via the Internet. If you have poor customer service, this won’t let you succeed. What’s important for customer success? How can you get approved for high risk credit card processing without challenges? This article will tell you about this. High Risk Credit Card Processing and

High Risk Payment Processing: Your Options

Is your business considered high risk? Have you already been turned down by many credit card processors? What’s the way out? How can you get approved for payment processing? Read this article and you’ll get answers to all your questions. When Your Business is Labeled as High Risk Many small businesses and startups have innovative

Feds Push for More than Just Faster Payment, The Goal is Increased Safety

In July, Part 2 of the Faster Payments Task Force Final Report was released. This report estimates that real-time payments could – and should – be on the payments scene by 2020. The industry seemed to then settle in after analyzing the report. However, the Federal Reserve jumped in in September with its own comments