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If your restaurant takes a lot of carryout orders over the phone, then you are likely accepting card-not-present (CNP) payments. When a customer doesn’t physically use their credit card and instead reads the information to you over the phone, this puts you at risk of...

Is your business scrambling to provide alternatives to its usual over the counter sales method due to the spread of COVID-19? Many companies are pivoting to accepting more payments over the phone. If your business is doing this already or considering making this move, this...

Is your credit card processor helping you understand and complete PCI Compliance requirements? Your processor should be able to simplify the process, reducing both the time and money it takes for your business to become PCI compliant....

Growth should be sustained, controllable, and purposeful. To successfully scale your restaurant, you need to have a plan, a timeline, and the right help. Here are 4 easy steps to scale your restaurant for success that’s built to last....

1 in 5 construction companies report that cash flow is a consistent problem for their operation. If your clients are struggling to maintain positive cash flow, they may delay paying you, and that can lead to cash flow issues for your own business....

Every business is potentially subject to a chargeback! Chargebacks occur when a cardholder disputes a transaction directly with the card issuer and can be initiated for a variety of reasons, including fraud, dissatisfaction with a purchase, product failure, etc....

Having funds held is a frustrating and confusing situation. For some businesses, held funds can even cause serious cash flow issues. We’re here to provide insight on why funds are held, and insider tips to keep money flowing into your account. ...