Our 2014 Top 5 Credit Card Processing Picks

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888-651-2016

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$0.19 to $0.22
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0.39%- 1.59%
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855-992-2736

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$0.19 to $0.29
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0.39%- 1.69%
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855-996-3939

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Flagship Review

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CreditCardProcessing Review

Betting a $50 AmEx gift card that it can beat anyone’s price, CreditCardProcessing.com’s lowest total processing cost guarantee will entice a lot of customers right off the bat. But, you’ll find that CreditCardProcessing.com’s customized solutions and comprehensive services truly set this company apart. CreditCardProcessing.com is dedicated to helping you find a unique solution that could best fit your needs, instead of offering one-size-fits-all solutions... (Read More)

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Visa Europe Reports 400% Contactless Payments Increase

Over the past year, Visa Europe’s contactless transactions have increased by a factor of five in the U.K. Compared with last June’s intake of roughly £9 million, June of 2013 yielded £45.2 million for Visa Europe, forming the basis for the company’s claim. The company also boasts 51 million transactions over the past 12 months, […]

District Court Lowers Debit Swipe Fee Cap

The U.S. District Court ruled Wednesday that the Federal Reserve exceeded its powers while determining limitations on debit card processing transaction fees set forth by the Durbin Amendment. Judge Richard Leon’s decision ultimately stands to lower the maximum amount processing companies can charge on debit swipe fees, which were set into law in the summer […]

New Square Stand Embraces Apple Market

Square unveiled its new Stand terminal earlier this week, which is designed to attach to a merchant’s iPad for payment processing anywhere and everywhere. Connecting to an iPad 2 or 3, the Square Stand brings Apple’s user-friendly interface to small businesses starting at $299. Square Stands began shipping on Monday the 8th and became available […]

Supreme Court Bars Antitrust Litigation in American Express Trial

A politically divided Supreme Court ruled on June 20 that arbitration clauses were legally binding in American Express v. Italian Colors Restaurant, considerably limiting antitrust and class action recourse for small merchants. The Supreme Court upheld prior rulings related to arbitration clauses on the grounds that companies like American Express offer a voluntary service that […]

Apple Applies for Mobile Payment Platform Patent

On June 6th, Apple filed a patent for an extensive pathway that could make the iPhone the most popular mobile payment platform moving forward. By incorporating users’ iTunes accounts, Apple could easily provide convenient access to payment technology while also giving advertisers a wealth of marketing information with very little effort. Using a cloud-styled “wallet […]

Lawmakers In 11 States Introduce Legislation To Ban Passing Credit Card Surcharges Onto Consumers

As of January 27th, 2013, Visa and Mastercard are allowing businesses to pass credit card surcharge fees onto customers, breaking a rule both companies have strictly enforced for decades. The change came amidst the $7.25 billion settlement Visa, Mastercard and a slew of major banks agreed to pay out to retailers nationwide. Included in the […]

Merchants Will Soon Be Able To Pass Surcharges Onto Customers Using Visa Credit Cards

Beginning January 27th, 2013, merchants will be allowed pass surcharges onto customers utilizing a Visa credit card in states that haven’t explicitly made the practice illegal. The change of terms comes in the wake of the $7.25 billion settlement that Visa, Mastercard and a handful of large banks will be paying out to merchants across […]

Credit Cards Are Getting Makeovers As Mobile Payments Loom On The Horizon

A new poll conducted by market researching firm Harris Interactive has found that American consumers are anticipating mobile payments will replace both plastic cards, and eventually cash. Two thirds of respondents (66 percent) believe that mobile phone payments will become preferential to plastic card and 61 percent think that phone payments will eventually replace cash. […]

Barnes and Noble Announces PIN Pads in 63 Stores Have Been Compromised

The nation’s largest brick and mortar book store, Barnes and Noble, has announced that pin pads on credit card terminals in 63 of its stores have been hacked to steal customer information. The number of breached accounts is currently unknown, but the New York Times has reported that unauthorized purchases have been discovered on some […]

Visa, Mastercard Settlement Submitted to Judge Gleeson for Approval

The Visa and Mastercard $7.25 billion settlement was submitted to United States District Judge John Gleeson for approval, on Friday, in what could end up becoming the largest antitrust settlement in the history of the country. The settlement has stirred a large resistance among the plaintiffs, including the National Grocers Association, National Retail Federation, Wal-Mart […]

Apple to Start Accepting Mobile Payments Through Their New Passbook App

Apple’s Passbook, a new app that accompanied the release of iOS 6, has generated a lot of buzz as of late — not so much in relation to what it currently does, but rather its potential — the ability to dominate the mobile payments market in one fell swoop by connecting the 400 million active […]

Groupon Officially Launches Breadcrumb, a Comprehensive Point-of-Sale Solution

Groupon officially launched its new point-of-sale business, Breadcrumb, this week pulling it out of the beta stage and allowing the public to enroll. Breadcrumb acts as a comprehensive business solution, integrating the ability to make reservations, place an order, email or print receipts, provide data on real time sales, track employees’ shifts and now fulfill […]

American Express, Walmart Team Up to Offer Pre-Paid Debit Card

Walmart has teamed up with American Express to offer a new prepaid debit card, Bluebird, which they claim is “loaded with features, not fees.” The move comes in the midst of ongoing tensions between consumers and banks, promulgated through arbitrary fees and the slow dissolution g of free checking. Americans considered “under-banked” has been on […]

Interview: Edo Inc. Raises Another $15 Million in Funding

edō, Inc., the company that’s bringing discount offers directly to credit cards, has brought in another $15 million in venture funding, bringing their total to $54.3 million. The company is taking a straight-forward approach to linking coupons to credit cards instead of the current industry trend of linking them to smartphones. CCPnet took the opportunity […]

National Retail Federation Joins Opposition to Visa, Mastercard Settlement

The opposition to Visa and Mastercard’s $7.25 billion settlement gained another ally this week as the National Retail Federation joins the National Grocer’s Association in renouncing the terms and even threatening to block the settlement. The settlement, which leaves many doors open for Visa and Mastercard to continue with their anti-competitive behavior, still needs approval […]