While credit card processing capabilities have become crucial for merchants to expand in today’s market, small business merchants face dangerous risks should they not properly protect their payment process. Criminals are shifting away from hacking into large enterprise systems and instead, targeting small merchants, hoping to take advantage of oversights and negligence that leave these merchants vulnerable to attack.
Chase Bank recently announced that it is now issuing Chip and PIN credit cards for people who frequently travel out of the United States. The technology has been implemented in Europe and Canada to enhance credit card security, though the United States has not yet made the switch from magnetic stripe credit cards to Chip and PIN cards. BluePay offers Chip and PIN credit card processing capabilities for its Canadian merchants.
Business-to-business merchants must take into consideration their clientele's unique needs, which differ greatly from the everyday consumer. B2B customers such as government agencies, associations, property managers and utility companies are looking for better ways to control spending, stay within budget and improve their own business operations. Check out a few of BluePay's B2B credit card processing capabilities, designed to meet the needs of B2B merchants and their customers.
With BluePay’s free merchant account terminal program, we make it even easier for merchants to start accepting multiple types of payment for reduced costs and increased profits. Merchants who are either new to accepting credit cards or who are switching credit card processors and need new equipment can receive a free credit card terminal when they start a merchant account with BluePay.
The convenience of the today’s online services has many consumers wondering what they would do without the Internet. How would they book flights and pay for tickets? Or find that hard-to-find item for a special gift? Or make quick and easy payments without worrying about late fees? These simplified payment options may also be getting merchants to wonder: Is MOTO credit card processing obsolete?