Most businesses deal with a chargeback at some point. When a customer is not satisfied with a purchase, they dispute that purchase through their credit card issuer, asking for the money to be refunded.
Credit card processing fees are through the roof, the industry is chock-full of shysters, and every time you try to find a better processor you end up the same or worse off than you were before. That’s because you’re doing it wrong.
Jim McCormac knew that his company, Best Box Lunches, was overpaying for credit card processing. But with a narrow cancellation window on his contract and limited time to research processing, he wasn’t sure about making a switch. Then he found CardFellow.
Both companies offer sleek, modern-looking POS systems, credit card machines, and mobile readers, but how do they compare in terms of costs, features, and processor compatibility?