16904 SE 1st Suite #103
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Bankcard Brokers is a credit card processing company located in the state of Washington. The company offers a range of processing services, but how do you know if it’s the right choice for your business? In this Bankcard Brokers review and profile, we’ll help you sort out what’s what and provide information on the company’s pricing, services, equipment, and more.
- What processing services does Bankcard Brokers offer?
- What other services are available?
- My business is considered high risk. Can Bankcard Brokers work with me?
- Can I get equipment from Bankcard?
- What security features are available?
- Bankcard Brokers Rates and Fees
- Bankcard Brokers Reviews and Reputation
However you want to take cards, Bankcard Brokers can help. It offers credit card processing in-person (through point of sale systems, countertop terminals, or your smartphone), ecommerce processing, ACH payments, and a virtual terminal option for phone orders.
In-person credit card processing
Take credit cards at your business with a traditional countertop credit card machine, a full point of sale system, or your smartphone. You’ll be able to take major credit and debit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. With an NFC-enable terminal, you can also take digital wallet payments like Apple Pay.
Bankcard Brokers offers a PCI complaint payment gateway with a tokenized card vault to allow you to securely accept payments online. You can also set up recurring billing to automate the process of charging customers on a regular basis, or you can utilize electronic invoicing. Prefer to use Authorize.Net? Bankcard Brokers can make that happen, too.
You can offer customers the convenience of paying by direct debit (ACH) from their checking account. ACH payments generally cost less to process than credit card transactions, and can be set up for recurring billing or layaway programs.
Not sure you need a dedicated credit card machine? You can use your internet-connected computer to take payments instead. With Bankcard Brokers’ virtual terminal option, you’ll be able to take cards in person or over the phone, and enter the card information into a secure form using your computer.
In addition to the payment processing services listed above, Bankcard Brokers offers services like gift card programs, in-store ATMs, and access to working capital.
Think about your own shopping habits – you’ve probably received or given a gift card recently. Whether it’s for a birthday, anniversary, holiday, or graduation, gift cards are a popular option. You can take advantage of that popularity by offering gift cards when you work with Bankcard Brokers.
In-store ATMs can potentially bring in new customers, or serve as a convenient option for customers who want access to their cash. Bankcard Brokers’ ATM programs offer both lease and sale options and may include servicing and free replacements.
Bankcard Brokers offers capital in the form of cash advances, where you’ll receive funds against your future credit card sales. The company boasts no application fees, fast funding, and no personal liability or collateral required. Keep in mind that cash advances are still serious financial decisions that shouldn’t be made lightly.
It’s possible! Bankcard Brokers can get some high risk businesses set up with credit card processing, including bail bonds, gun dealers, MLM, travel/time shares, electronic cigarettes, and more. Bankcard Brokers claims to work with high risk businesses to eliminate the frustrations of trying to get set up with a merchant account to take credit cards. Additionally, Bankcard Brokers may be able to offer bitcoin acceptance to high risk businesses.
Yes – the company offers a free NFC/EMV capable terminal when you sign up for a merchant account for your credit card processing. Be aware that in some cases, free credit card machines can end up costing you in the form of higher pricing to take credit cards.
Bankcard Brokers can also support full point-of-sale systems, such as Shopkeep and Clover.
Bankcard Brokers offers modern security features, including tokenization (where your customer’s card data is replaced with a one-time “token” to keep sensitive info from being compromised) and encryption. The company also offers suspicious transaction monitoring to help reduce or prevent fraudulent transactions.
Bankcard Brokers is active in the CardFellow marketplace, which means it’s easy for you to request a fully disclosed quote. Requesting quotes and using CardFellow is completely free, and you’ll be able to review quotes in private, without the pressure of sales calls.
There’s not a whole lot to report on Bankcard Brokers’ reputation, with no reviews readily available from Yelp or Ripoff Report. Bankcard is accredited with the Better Business Bureau (and has an A+ rating) but there are no reviews there, either. On the plus side, there haven’t been any complaints lodged with the BBB in the past 3 years, which is as far back as the BBB reports.
Reviews from Bankcard Customers
Bankcard Brokers includes a section of customer reviews, but it rotates quickly and can be hard to read all of the information in longer reviews. Readable sections praise the company for getting accounts set up quickly, good customer service, following through on promises, exhibiting professionalism, great pricing, taking time to educate businesses, and having multiple options for payment acceptance, like mobile processing. Testimonials include the reviewers’ first names, but not last name, location, or business name.
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