Our customers tell us it can be hard to get rid of a credit card processing rep, even when they tell them how happy they are with 360 Payments. We thought we’d help them (and everyone else) out and provide some ways to get reps out of your hair quickly.
We want to connect with you as time FALLS BACK starting Sunday, November 4. Your credit card machine clocks need to be changed to ensure your transaction and batch settings continue to work like normal. We have created a few videos to walk you through changing the time on your machines.
Nobody likes to pay credit card processing fees – we get it! It can be tempting to pass the cost of your credit card processing fees on to your customers – but is that a good idea? Let’s take a look at some of the main pros and cons of credit card surcharging.
Sometimes it just doesn’t make sense for your customer to make a payment in person. Offering ways to pay remotely can send your profits skyrocketing. In this post we’ll explore three common methods of accepting card not present payments so you can decide which one is right for you.
Being labeled “high-risk” in the credit card processing industry isn’t the end of the world, but it can mean higher processing rates or a little difficulty finding a processor to work with. Here’s how to tell if you’re a high risk for credit card processing.
As we visit new shops and meet their owners, we’ve noticed some troubling trends in the way the auto repair industry accepts credit cards. Here are our top three tips to help you choose the best credit card processor for an auto repair shop.
If your business model is built around the same customers returning month after month (or year after year) to purchase the exact same product or service, you are a great candidate for recurring payments.
Cash-only businesses are a dying breed – but they still exist. However, businesses who are still refusing to accept credit card payments in 2018 are missing out. Let’s break down the top four reasons why your business should accept credit cards.
We’ve fielded a lot of questions from our merchants recently about the rules and regulations surrounding asking for identification when a customer attempts to pay with a credit card. Let’s break down why and how you might want to ask for identification on a credit card purchase.
At the end of June, you probably heard a lot of news about Supreme Court rulings. On June 25 the Supreme Court narrowly sided with American Express in a case that impacts merchants, credit card processors, and the industry as a whole.