Payment Processing Technologies (or just PayProTec) is a credit card processing company founded in Warsaw, Indiana. In this PayProTec review and profile, we’ll examine the company’s available services for businesses as well as PayProTec’s reviews from customers, rates and fees, and more. Payment Processing Technologies, LLC is a registered ISO of Wells Fargo Bank.
Bluefin Payment Systems (also known as Capital Payments) is headquartered in Atlanta and has offices Waterford, Ireland. Bluefin partners with several POS software companies as the exclusive or preferred processor. In some cases, you may need a merchant account with Bluefin if you want to accept credit cards through a partner POS system. Bluefin's clients include small to medium-sized businesses, large retailers, healthcare organizations, colleges and universities, government agencies, and utilities.
Directly translated, “avant-garde” is French for “advance guard” and is intended to imply a pushing forward. In this case, Avant-Garde Marketing Solutions (AGMS) says that it is going against the current standard of payment processing to provide an honest service; one free from the misleading sales tactics and stolen business profits that are so rampant in the industry. It aims to push forward with ethical processing.
Micros, a company owned by Oracle, has been a staple of the restaurant POS system world for years. Anyone who’s worked in a restaurant has probably come across it at some point in time.
Leaders Merchant Services (or just Leaders) is a payment processor based in California and serving businesses in the United States. Leaders credit card processing services are available for a variety of business types. The company also offers services like cash advances and the ability to accept checks, if that's how your customers prefer to pay.
WePay is designed as a payments solution for payment exchange platforms, such as crowdfunding – that is, for businesses that facilitate transactions between buyers and sellers instead of the business buying or selling anything directly.
*** In August 2017, Vantiv announced that it will acquire processor Worldpay; the new company will operate under the Worldpay name. As such, we will no longer be maintaining this Vantiv profile and review. New information can be found at our Worldpay profile.
The following information is from before the Vantiv/Worldpay merger and may not be accurate. We're leaving it here for historical purposes only. ***