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What is “interchange” processing?

Click the button below for instant access to the association’s credit card processing program.  Call for an estimate now! Interchange is a fee that is set by the credit card

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Get Better Credit Card Terms Simply by Asking

By Michelle Crouch If you want better terms on your credit card, all you really have to do is call your card company and ask, a new CreditCards.com survey shows. Whether you

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Eye on Hospitality: Credit Card Processing Made Easy

Credit card processing can be expensive and complicated for hospitality businesses. The Washington Hospitality Association realized its members needed a better alternative to what was being offered, and set up its own program.

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The Positives and Negatives of Digital Payments

Thinking about integrating mobile payments into your payment options? While only 16% of consumers have utilized digital payments, many more would be willing to use it as their primary payment method

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Eye on Hospitality: Debit Card Swipe-Fee Protections at Risk

The hospitality industry’s hard fought debit card swipe-fee protections are in serious jeopardy due to legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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8 Facts Every Restaurateur Must Know About Card Processing

Payment cards are a commonly used form of payment at most restaurants. If understood and managed correctly, your payment-card processing can add to greater profits with reasonable costs. Here is

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8 Facts Every Restaurateur Must Know About Card Processing

Payment cards are a commonly used form of payment at most restaurants. If understood and managed correctly, your payment-card processing can add to greater profits with reasonable costs. Here is

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Credit card fraud (focuses on web)

By Fred O. Williams Association POS  Fraudsters are shifting their tactics in the face of new card security measures – but consumers can fight back to protect their accounts with tactics

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A primer on credit card processing

Click for detailed Infographic Click for Association Credit Card Processing Program information  Glossary: Acquirer: A bank that processes and settles a merchant’s credit card transactions with the help of a

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The guts of payment processing

Parties Involved Before you can begin to understand processing fees, you need to know about the parties involved with them. Consider these the financial “middlemen” between a customer and merchant.

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Tablet POS (headache?)

When selecting a point of sales system, many different questions can arise. A merchant shouldn’t have any problems with a recently purchased POS system if the purchase has been researched

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Will mobile payments kill credit cards?

Credit Card Processing We have no shortage of ways to process credit cards today, however, for the savvy, the future of credit card processing is in the digital space. We’re

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Is it time to change your POS?

Reprinted from Aloha NCR With NCR Aloha, the wait is over. Our multi-functional restaurant POS solution gives operators all the tools they need to boost sales and increase the pace of service.

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Credit Card Processing (a guide to fees)

Estimates of the use of credit cards in hotels have been compiled by CBRE Hotels Americas Research, and along with rising percentages of revenue derived from commissions, risk has declined with

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Hidden credit fees? (here’s what to look for)

by Janet Maragioglio  Membership Credit Card Processing  Before you finalize that credit card application, stop to read the fine print. Remember, credit card companies are businesses first and foremost. No