Credit Card Processing Made Easy: How To Get A Merchant Account 

by amy perry Friday, January 28, 2011
Owning a home-based business frequently comes with concern for credit card processing capabilities. Typical fees associated with ACH payments and merchant accounts can also cause worry in regard to overhead. Not anymore. You can choose an easy method for taking complete care of all your product payments.

If you are like most home business owners, you've probably been distracted from your commerce by trying to find the best solution for electronic payments. eCommerce advancements are being made every day and with that, sending and receiving payments are safer and easier than ever. Online research indicates that a surprising number of merchant account providers offer special deals specifically for home business owners. As your options increase, you will be able to choose the best solution for the way you want to handle your credit card processing. As you examine the pros and cons of different methods and eventually decide on the right process, you will gain more viable control over your business. The past difficulties of small and home business credit card payments have given way to merchant accounts that allow easy and effective access to all your ACH payments. Peace of mind is just around the corner.

As a business owner, you will have to go through an approval process to determine if you are eligible for a merchant account. As long as you have good credit standing, you should have absolutely no problem and you'll be on your way to full credit card processing in no time. Many merchant account providers offer the ability to take ACH payments and therefore have a very high approval rating. This means that you have an excellent chance of being accepted.

Once you are accepted for a merchant account, you will be able to immediately start processing credit cards at your business, over the phone, or on your website. If you have set up your merchant account through a banking institution or independent organization, you might have slightly higher transaction fees than you would using a third party such as PayPal. These higher fees are often worth it though as you'll often get more personalized help if you need it. Also, if you have large volume sales, the higher fees will turn out to be less expensive for you in the long run. It's up to you to decide which method would work best for your business, but a merchant account is the best way to set up online credit card processing on your website so you can begin receiving ACH payments.


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