Once your bank decides to offer merchant services to its customers, the next step is choosing a processing partner. This choice will impact everything from revenue and retention, to customer support, so it’s not one to be taken lightly. But, in an industry that can seem so complicated, how do you know what to ask? Or even what to look for?
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In today’s marketplace, you shouldn’t be asking if you can afford to accept credit cards, but if you can afford not to. If you want your business to be successful, now and in the future, accepting credit cards is more important than ever.
If your merchant services program is supported by the right processing partner, it can provide a substantial amount of non-interest income. But not all providers will be a good fit for your bank, and choosing the wrong partner can have unforeseen consequences. Here are just a few of the pitfalls of partnering with the wrong processor.
Can your business set a minimum amount on credit card purchases? What about a maximum amount? Legislation and industry regulations can make finding an answer to those questions complicated. Keep reading for our simplified guidelines on what you can, and can’t, do.
Is your business paying high processing fees every time you accept a business or purchasing card? If so, there might be a way for you to increase your profit margins without the need to increase your sales volume. The secret is qualifying your transactions at Level II and Level III.
Providing a merchant services program to your banking customers can be a lucrative business move that leads to additional clients and profits. However, low profit, stagnant portfolio growth, and high rates of attrition can all be signs that your merchant services partner is not providing you with competitive rates. But in an industry notorious for