ACH Payment Processing
As a resource to consumers and merchants, the BluePay blog routinely featuers articles about ACH processing. On this page you’ll find our most recent articles about ACH payments, along with frequently asked questions, recommendations for business owners, and links to other ACH resources.
ACH Processing Definition
ACH stands for Automated Clearing House — a nationwide electronic network that allows businesses to send and receive a range of different financial payments. ACH is regulated by the Federal Reserve and operated by the Electronic Payments Network and the National Automated Clearing House Association.
Benefits of ACH Payments
The primary goal of ACH is to allow merchants across the country to batch-process large volumes of credits, debits and other business transactions, including customer insurance payments, direct deposit payroll, vendor and supplier payments, and mortgage loan repayments. Due to the large volume of these transactions, ACH helps to keep processing fees low and paper use to a minimum.
How to Use the BluePay ACH Processing Blog
This blog resource covers all the latest developments within ACH processing — whether you are a merchant or consumer. Simply click on one of the article topics down below to learn more about:
Be sure to check in periodically for news about ACH payment processing. You can also subscribe to the BluePay ACH Blog with your favorite RSS reader. Just click here to import your settings.
Or, contact us to enroll in BluePay’s ACH processing today!