A business’s success oftentimes depends on thriving revenue and cash flow, making cutting monthly fees and saving money of utmost importance. One example of a monthly fee that consistently eats into revenue is a monthly credit card processing fee. Many business owners receive this bill, pay it and never think twice about it because they believe it can’t be lowered. The truth is, however, there are merchant processing companies that can lower your cost by offering transparent monthly fees and no contract, significantly reducing your bill each month.
Below are key elements to understanding your monthly payment processing statement, and some red flags to look for that indicate you should switch processors...
For almost all of February, China has battled to contain the novel Coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19. This has lead the economy to nearly being shut down. Now that the virus has continued to spread to other nations, restaurants around the globe are beginning to suffer. As sales are declining, we'll explain how some are altering their operations.
A video below shows a series of explosions that began with a food truck blowing up rocked a city block in Texas early Thursday morning, officials say.
The food truck exploded shortly after 6 a.m. in San Marcos, Texas, a town just northeast of San Antonio, firefighters said in a news conference on Facebook. About 20 minutes later, another explosion happened as firefighters were battling a small fire, officials said.
We get at least one call per week from customers who want to switch from Clover’s point of sale system. We never understood why there was so much dissatisfaction, but we realized that most people who were unhappy had purchased the system from their bank.
On September 25, 2019, the merchant services company Square announced new pricing for their customers to take effect November 1. In the email, Square noted that their flat 2.75% pricing for tapped, dipped, and swiped transactions would now be changing.