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Tips to Finding the Right Internet Merchant Account Provider

Written by Charge.com If you want to accept credit card on the web, you will need an internet merchant account. But finding the right internet merchant account provider is easier said than done. Unfortunately, many merchant companies simply don’t meet the needs and budget of the small business owner. Some...

Avoiding Unscrupulous Merchant Bank Rate Tricks

Charge.com Payment Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to helping our customers accept credit card payments in an honest and professional manner. Unfortunately, this doesn’t hold true for every business in our industry. Some companies will use dishonest or unethical tactics to get customers and get extra money...

Merchant Account Benefits

Article Provided by Total Merchant Services. Any business knows that keeping customers happy brings them back for repeat business. As trends change, a business will change to cater to their customers. Many people use credit cards and debit cards to pay for purchases. Cash and checks are not used as...

Make sure your credit card processor has the correct tax information for your business

The IRS 6050W mandate passed in 2008 requires credit card processors to report merchant processing revenue to the IRS for each year of active processing. The IRS essentially thinks business owners are cheating on their taxes and are using credit card processors to try and identify egregious tax...

How to Ensure Your Merchant Account Application is Approved

Getting a merchant account should be easy. After all, they’re going to make money every time you process a transaction. They should be happy to have your business, right? If only that was the case. The payments business is highly competitive, and processors obviously want your business – but...

Chargebacks Explained

Credit card chargebacks happen when a customer, for any number of reasons (ranging from fraudulent use of a card to dissatisfaction with the good or service received), disputes a credit card transaction through her issuing bank. The chargeback process is designed to increase consumer confidence —...

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