With iPad credit card processing, you can expand your point of sale while still enjoying the face-to-face familiarity of a traditional checkout counter. Accepting credit card payments via tablets offers other advantages, too:
Whether for capital campaigns or weekly offerings, donations represent the lifeblood of most churches. Surprisingly, the collection plate hasn’t changed much in two thousand years, even as society and technology have evolved. New technologies are changing the way churches accept donations.
With the recent data security breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus and other retailers – along with the threat posed by the HeartBleed bug – consumers and merchants alike are highly anxious about online credit card fraud and identity theft. Online retailers are taking steps to tighten up security around credit card transactions and credit card information storage.
When you process credit card transactions all day long, mistakes happen. Unfortunately, those mistakes can cost merchants money in the form of chargebacks. Eliminating processing errors is the surest way to avoid this type of chargeback.
As part of our series on avoiding chargebacks, BluePay has compiled these tips to help reduce your risk of processing errors and the costly fees that follow.
Credit card fraud is a very real risk for consumers and merchants alike. Nobody wins when credit cards are used fraudulently. For merchants, credit card fraud chargebacks can be a double whammy on the bottom line.
As part of an ongoing series, BluePay is sharing advice to merchants who accept credit cards on how to avoid credit card chargebacks. IfToday, we’re focused on fraud-related chargebacks.