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If you’re running a business, you could be leaving a lot of money on the table by not accepting credit card payments. According to Intuit, not accepting credit cards can cost the typical business $7,000 in annual sales. At the same time, it’s easy to understand how the various fees and requirements of accepting credit card payments can make the prospect seem daunting and complex – and most of all, potentially costly.READ MORE
We’re intimately aware of how credit card processing can be a nightmare.READ MORE
It’s very likely you looked at the title of this post and thought, “Those are different?” The general public uses these terms interchangeably, and without extensive knowledge of the payments industry, it makes sense to do so.READ MORE
Read enough about PayJunction’s company culture, and it’s clear we prioritize long-term relationships over short-term profit. That’s not just a nice-sounding statement, it’s what we practice every day with our customers.READ MORE
Whether it’s ongoing subscriptions, service packages, payment installments or some other plan, recurring payment business models can be a boon for your business. After making the effort to win a customer, you are assured of regular, ongoing revenue for a predetermined period. But while it’s great to have predictable earnings coming in, handling those payments efficiently and securely can introduce challenges that might even seem to negate the top benefits of such a model for some businesses. That is, unless you learn how to manage recurring payment processing like a pro. It’s easier than you might expect if you follow this expert guide.READ MORE
No matter what side of a credit card transaction you are on, it’s likely you have a basic understanding of the process. The card is run, it’s either approved or declined, and a day or so later the customer has a new charge on his card history, and the business receives the funds.READ MORE