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What is an ACH Payment? As a consumer, you have likely made payments via ACH, even though you may not be familiar with the acronym. ACH stands for Automated Clearing House, which is the official network connecting US banks to the Federal Reserve. Electronic payments can be made directly from a bank account (ACH debit) using the routing and account numbers. ACH is also called an “electronic check” or “E-check.” It is typically used for bills, invoices, utility payments, and tax payments. ACH is also the method most commonly used for the direct deposit of paychecks (ACH credit).READ MORE
I get it. As a business owner, there are a lot of matters demanding your attention right now.READ MORE
More often than not, an invoice is the final piece of communication that you’ll have with a customer or client. Much like the efforts made to give a positive first impression, you’ll want to make sure that your customer is leaving with a good feeling about you and your company.READ MORE
The past eighteen months have presented a unique slate of challenges and opportunities for the card-not-present space.READ MORE
Visa recently introduced new rules for e-commerce fraud prevention. This article explains how these rules impact your online business and steps you need to follow to avoid new fees.READ MORE
A Surge in Chargebacks The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the shift to e-commerce as businesses enacted safe, remote interaction models including curbside servicing, order ahead, and buy online pickup in store. The inability for a business to see a customer in person and run a card-present transaction on an EMV device also means that there is a higher risk for fraud and resulting chargebacks. Some chargebacks—such as duplicate transactions and processing errors—are legitimate, while others are a result of fraud or a customer dispute.READ MORE