Find the best
way to process
We’re here to help you figure out what type of credit card processing makes the most sense for the type of business you’re in. There are lots of options out there, it’s just a matter of finding the one for you.
you or your customers?
It’s a good question. And one that depends on your business. If what you’re selling generates average receipts below $20, having your customers pay the processing fees might not be a bad idea. Most won’t even notice. And you can save a lot of money.
But if you’re selling higher ticket items, it’s probably not a good idea to try to pass those fees on to your customers. Imagine having a customer pull out his credit card to buy a $50,000 car. He’d be looking at a $2,000 processing fee on his receipt.
keep things moving.
Different industries require different kinds of equipment to process credit card sales. Using the wrong system can create a bottleneck, especially if you’re using an old standalone machine that takes several minutes to process a transaction. You end up with unnecessarily long lines. And frustrated customers.
have a unique opportunity.
Most restaurants use POS systems to help manage the entire business. From table availability, inventorying supplies and splitting tips to generating detailed reports that let you know which items you’re selling the most.
But a restaurant processing $100,000 a month in credit card sales can save more than $40,000 a year by switching over to a cash discount program. It’s just a matter of being completely transparent with your customers about what you’re doing.
We help out with that by sending branded compliance documents to inform your customers there’s a fee for using a credit card.