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iDeposit adds support for EMV, Apple Pay and Android Pay payments
As small business owner, it's tough to keep up with all the comings-and-goings in the business world as it applies to you. Here are some articles that are on the fringe now, but will be mainstream soon.
These articles may have some impact on your online credit card processing:
The fast and safe way for your customers to make payments is here!
The future is here and iDeposit has you covered. We now offer FREE terminal placement or upgrades to new and existing Merchants. Whether you are a small business, large volume or franchise food chain iDeposit can accommodate. Our terminals are also EMV chip ready, meaning you will not need to upgrade your terminal again in 2015. Apple Pay and Google Wallet allow customers to safely authorize transactions with just a swipe of their NFC enabled phone. No paper reciepts to sign or storing credit card numbers. You and your customers can have peace of mind that each transaction is safe and secure.
It's always important to take a look at how you can save money, and here are some great tips and tricks you can use to get started. Anyone can start saving money with a small amount of effort.
Look through these tips and find at least one that will help you balance your budget and build up your savings.
Do you regularly use your credit card? If your answer to this question is yes, then I hope you are using your card for the right reasons. Many people get carried away when purchasing items with their credit cards, this can lead to all sorts of problems, not to mention increasing your debt at an unbelievable rate.
You should always use your cards responsibly and for the right reasons. I will try and detail how you can use your credit cards to your advantage. It’s important to remember that credit cards are not just a way to ‘buy now, pay later’; they are a lot more than that.
Here are some articles that will bring/keep you up to speed in the mobile/online payment processing world.
This week, while it appears to be some movement with some major brands, the customer is in the position to win with even more focus on customer service, lower transaction costs and fees, and increased technology.
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