December 22, 2014, by admin
Loyalty programs have been available to customers for ages. Tailor made to hand rewards and incentives for their loyalty to a brand.
Such programs meant that customers got a little something for free or discounted after tallying their purchases with a punch card.
December 15, 2014, by admin
The rapid advancement of technology over the years has no doubt made people’s lives easier…
…especially where credit card processing and payments are concerned, which allows people to make transactions and accept payments right from the comfort of their homes, and anywhere else with the help of their mobile devices.
December 8, 2014, by admin
The number one choice for consumers when it comes to giving and receiving gifts, are gift cards. Gift cards are popular due to incredible versatility and convenience.
Available in retail stores all over, these cards are seen as an appropriate option in gift giving for family, friends, colleagues, and business associates due to the increasing number in the choice of brands and products available for purchase.
December 5, 2014, by admin
To help celebrate Our 20th year of providing small businesses with cost effective credit card processing solutions, for a limited time, each merchant who sends in their most recent Merchant Statement for a no obligation competitive pricing analysis will receive a FREE BOX OF RECEIPT PAPER.
Signing up for your free box of receipt paper is easy, simply visit www.merchantservice.com/freepaper/ and complete a short contact form. A friendly and knowledgeable representative will contact you to determine the proper receipt paper needed for your credit card machine or other devices in order to process the shipment.
December 3, 2014, by admin
The convenience and security that credit and debit cards offer is insurmountable, but both of them do have differences that can directly or indirectly play havoc in your wallet.
Consumers often get confused over which card to pay with at the point of sale, not knowing the difference between the two. This leads to some very bad on-the-spot decision making for the customer and to some extent the merchant as well.
How can we know which card to use, and when?