Bail bonds companies get a bad rap. Many times, people see them as opportunists, taking advantage of someone’s bad circumstances. However, a properly operated bail bonds company can help those in need, and help public safety. When someone uses a bail bonds company, they must stay out of trouble, otherwise they lose their bail, and in certain circumstances whatever they put up instead of cash. The potential of losing you home usually keeps people on the right track.
While these companies help out many, there are those who are not fond of the industry and its merchants. Mainly, merchant account providers. Most merchant account providers do not cater to bail bonds merchants. These companies are prone to fraudulent issues, account hackings, and business closures, so some will side with the industry when they refuse to deal with bail bonds merchants. But, what happens if you still want to operate a bail bonds business? You cannot operate on cash online, or with PayPal, so what are your options? Luckily, there are options.
Bail bonds merchant accounts can be obtained with a high risk merchant account provider. While there are many around, not all have experience dealing with bail bonds merchants. These merchants have special issues that may arise in their businesses that need experience to deal with. While fraudulent charges seem like a common occurrence – and they are – not all merchant account providers know how to remedy the issue. You need a merchant account provider that does, such as EMB.
With EMB, you can obtain a bail bonds merchant account without any hassle. Fees are industry-standard, our staff is experienced, and you can be approved in just a few business days. Also, EMB offers a chargeback suite, to help you remedy fraudulent charges when they happen. For more information about obtaining a bail bonds merchant account, contact us today.