World of Concrete 2017 Payment Processing Program

World of Concrete 2017
Credit Card Processing Program

BASYS Processing is saving members of the Concrete and Aggregate industry a collective total of over $1 Million per year on their debit card and credit card processing.

 

As a fellow attendee of World of Concrete 2017, BASYS can offer you a program featuring that type of savings, PLUS the following additional benefits of a trusted partnership for your debit and credit card processing:

SIGNIFICANT SAVINGS

You will see significant savings off of your current credit card and debit card processing fees

LIVE PERSON SUPPORT

You will have a live person answering the phone when you call; no automated call queues

DEDICATED RELATIONSHIP MANAGER

You will have an assigned, dedicated Relationship Manager that will be your go-to for support

IN-HOUSE PCI TEAM

We have an in-house PCI Team to assist with your annual questionnaire and PCI requirements

COMPLIMENTARY CLOUD-BASED PROCESSING SYSTEM

All members receive a free cloud-based processing system that will help qualify transactions at the lowest interchange rates including Level III & Large Ticket

TOKENIZATION

We understand the importance of protecting cardholder information, our tokenization will encrypt the transaction at the swipe, providing an extra layer of protection

Receive A FREE Savings Analysis TODAY:

  1. Print and complete this form.
  2. Scan the completed form, attach a recent merchant statement from your current credit card processor, and email it to Shannon Walcott at swalcott@basyspro.com.
  3. OR, you can fax the form, along with a merchant statement from your current credit card processor to (913) 529-2329.

To see how BASYS can customize a program to fit the needs or your business, reach out to Shannon Walcott TODAY at (913) 214-5021, or email Shannon here.

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