The EMV liability shift is bringing many changes to credit card acceptance, but there’s one major difference that restaurant owners should be aware of: accepting gratuities. Some point of sale systems and credit card machines are now able to adjust for tips after the card is run, but others cannot. How will the process of […]
For non-profit organizations, accepting donations and payments by credit card may help you reach your financial goals. Getting set up to take credit cards as a non-profit organization isn’t a difficult process, but there are some things you should know in order to ensure you’re getting the best possible solution.
If you want to accept credit cards for mail or phone orders, you’ll need a virtual terminal through your credit card processor. Virtual terminals are secure and easy to use, allowing businesses to offer customers the convenience of paying by card outside of a traditional store.
In business, computers and the internet are making it easier than ever to streamline processes for maximum efficiency. A prime example is electronic invoices, offering the ability to send paperless bills to clients and even accept payment online. Read this intro to learn how to send electronic invoices and take advantage of the time savings.
With consumers now regularly shopping on the internet, it’s more important than ever for businesses to be able to take credit cards online. Securely accepting payments on your website is convenient for customers, and could boost sales.