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.
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.
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?
The BluePay team is thrilled to announce that we have launched our new website, www.BluePay.com! We are committed to providing our current and potential merchants with the information they need to improve their credit card process and achieve their business goals. We’ve redesigned our entire site’s look, feel and navigation, so merchants can better access tools and resources to get started!
Check out these new features and pages of the BluePay website:
This time of year is often crazy for businesses and merchants, as consumers search for the best deals for their holiday shopping sprees and the New Year fast approaches. Below are just a few of BluePay’s effective payment processing solutions that can help you achieve a successful and profitable holiday season.
When you accept credit card payments for business, you open a huge door of opportunity and savings, no matter what industry you serve. There is no such thing as a company too small or a service too obscure to accept credit card payments. Nowadays, as consumers rely on their credit and debit cards for everyday purchases and carry less cash in their wallets, the need for accepting credit cards safely and efficiently has increased tremendously.
Merchants who accept credit cards for business should use the utmost care when handling customers’ money and purchases. Not only do you want to keep your customers satisfied, you also want to avoid hefty fines and devastating loss that can occur should there be any dispute over a transaction. Chargebacks involve a card holder disputing a charge made to his or her credit card. Merchants can lose the sale in addition to paying chargeback fines. Read on to learn more about chargebacks, including common reasons for chargebacks and how to prevent them.
New to the world of credit card processing? It may seem like a complex process, but really, the ability to accept credit cards for your business is simple and extremely beneficial. Credit card merchants can enjoy increased sales, streamlined payments, advanced security technology and much more. Below, we’ll give you the basics on how credit card processing works, in 8 simple steps:
Whether you sell handmade jewelry online or run a chain of restaurants, your business’ growth relies heavily on the satisfaction and return business of your customers. Keeping your customers happy is what keeps them coming back and recommending your business to others. New customers become repeat customers, and repeat customers become loyal customers. All the while, your business enjoys increased sales and growth. At the heart of this growth is quality customer service – giving your customers the attention, quick response, special treatment and flexibility that they expect.