Electronic cigarette merchant accounts are going to be in even more high demand, since America’s first ever certified organic vapes are now available. Of course, the jury is still out on vape safety, but right now they do seem to be the best bet when someone wants to give up regular tobacco cigarettes, but still keep the “smoking” habit. Outside of cheap e-cig charges catching fire and exploding, no one really knows about its safety. However, a certified organic vape must be good – or at least better – right?
The company in the news is Vape Organics, and they are serious. They are owned by Trademark Cosmetics, which makes and markets organic cosmetics for various name brands. They know the organic industry, and even though the e-cig industry is still relatively new, the “certified organic” label is going to bring big business to health nuts who would rather not want anyone to know about their vape usage. The company already makes and markets a nicotine-free vape that is made of vegetable and organic extract, and their newest trademark involves certified organic vapes with nicotine. This is revolutionary, as it will be the first case of an organic liquid nicotine substance in the United States.
Back to electronic cigarette merchant accounts. Organic merchants may want to invest in the new organic e-cig market, and there is a good belief that a traditional merchant account provider will not cooperate. This is because e-cig merchants are considered “high risk”. There are many reasons for this, from the newness of the industry, to the high fraudulent charge percentages, to the FDA’s unwillingness to make up their minds on the product. The FDA has went back and forth in regards to its safety and its influence on those under the age of 18. This has not stopped merchants, who need a merchant account. Thankfully, there are processors that have expertise in the industry, such as EMB. It is always a good idea for merchants to look at multiple merchant account providers, but remember that not all are created equal when it comes to dealing with e-cig merchants.