VizyPay’s core service is credit card processing. You’ll be able to accept major credit and debit cards online, in person, or over the phone. Your options for taking payments in person include countertop terminals, full POS systems, and mobile readers. VizyPay offers EMV ready terminals to help you securely accept newer EMV chip cards.
VizyPay also offers working capital to businesses in need of money. Different than a traditional loan, working capital typically has less stringent qualifications.
At minimum, you’ll need $100k in annual revenue, at least a 500 FICO credit score, and at least 1 year in business to qualify. Funds are typically deposited in one business day once applications are approved.
VizyPay actually publishes quite a bit of information regarding rates and fees, which is nice to see. The company lists rates on an interchange plus pricing model. The published rates are as follows:
Note that these costs are in addition to interchange, which is the largest component of credit card processing costs.
*VizyPay defines Mini Merchants as businesses processing less than $5,000 or fewer than 100 transactions per month.
VizyPay also publishes monthly costs, batch costs, and more. The screenshot below, taken from VizyPay’s website, shows the fee disclosure for storefronts.
As you can see, VizyPay also lists any fees that you may be charged for as they occur, such as chargeback fees. You’ll only be charged those fees if something triggers them – for example, you’ll get a chargeback fee if a chargeback is initiated. While per-occurrence fees aren’t part of your usual monthly costs, they can add up and it’s nice to see VizyPay list those clearly. The company has similar disclosures for its online and mini-merchant pricing.
VizyPay claims there are no long-term contracts and no equipment leases.
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As a reseller for First Data, VizyPay supports equipment on the First Data platform, including the Clover Station POS system and the Clover Go.
The Clover Station is a full-featured POS system designed to handle credit card processing, barcode scanning, inventory management, and more.
The Clover Go works with both Apple and Android phones and lets you take EMV chip cards through your smartphone or tablet. A basic (non-EMV) reader is also available. If you want to take contactless payments like Apple Pay, you can choose the Clover Go contactless option. For countertop terminals, the company supports FD equipment like the FD130.
In addition to First Data equipment, VizyPay offers universal terminals from Verifone, like the popular EMV-capable Vx520. The company conveniently lists the current pricing (excludes shipping) on its website.
When it comes to online payments, VizyPay supports the popular Authorize.Net gateway, First Data’s Payeezy gateway, or the USAePay gateway. Depending on your needs, any gateway could be a good fit. Need help deciding? Sign in to get quotes and then give us a call.
VizyPay has only been in business since 2016, so it’s no surprise that the company doesn’t have a huge collection of online customer reviews. The company doesn’t have a Better Business Bureau profile and doesn’t include testimonials on its website.
However, three google reviews and five facebook reviews are positive. All three google reviews give VizyPay 5 stars, with reviewers commenting that it was seamless to switch, rates are lower than with previous processors, and that the company is easy to work with. Two of the reviewers list their business name in the review.
Likewise, all five facebook reviews give the company 5 stars, but some of them are duplicates from the google reviews. The unique reviews mention being happy with the company, saving money, and appreciating a local business.
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Posted by CardFellow on Jun 30, 2017
VizyPay is a very new company, but it's nice to see them promoting transparency by publishing pricing and details.View Processor's Feedback