YapStone (which also powers RentPayment.com and VacationRentPayment.com) is a processor that focuses on serving businesses that have traditionally been check-based, like rent payments. YapStone feels that paper checks slow down business, reduce productivity, and even cost businesses money. Here, you can find out if YapStone is right for your business by getting the details about their services, rates and fees, customer reviews, and more.
SQ Merchant Services (not to be confused with Square) is a merchant services company that offers credit card processing and other services for businesses. If you’re considering SQ Merchant Services, here’s what you need to know about their offerings, rates and fees, contract, reviews, and more.
Headquartered in Chicagoland, Payroc is an ISO of Fifth Third Bank and Wells Fargo Bank. Founded in 2003, today Payroc services thousands of merchants across North America, providing stability in payments by securely processing nearly $4 billion in annual charge volume.
Payment Alliance International (PAI) is one of the processors that publicizes its suitability for gun dealers. The company is endorsed by the NRA and can help your business accept payments for firearms online and in person. However, PAI isn’t limited to gun sales. The company also offers credit and debit card processing and other financial services for retailers and other industries.
If you went looking for an alternative to QuickBooks and found FreshBooks, you’re already familiar with their accounting programs. But did you know FreshBooks also offers FreshBooks payments, for integrated credit card processing?
As a PayPal company with high-profile clients (including AirBnb, LivingSocial, and Angry Birds) Braintree gets a lot of attention. Is it right for your business? This profile is full of information on Braintree’s rates and fees, services, security, and customer reviews to help you decide.
Beyond is a payment processing company founded in 2017 by Robert O. Carr, the founder of Heartland Payment Systems. The company is very young, but looks to follow a similar model as Heartland – touting a commitment to transparency. At the time of this writing, Beyond is not a registered ISO (reseller.) Additionally, the company’s website offers very little in the way of details about its services, pricing, and equipment. We’ve contacted Beyond for more information, but until then, here’s what we do know.