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MOTO stands for Mail Order/Telephone Order and is a credit card processing pricing setup on a Tiered plan. MOTO credit card processing is best suited for businesses that primarily accept card-not-present transactions: Examples include e-commerce and delivery-based businesses. In contrast, Retail pricing is appropriate when the majority of transactions occur in-person.READ MORE
All too often, fast-growing e-commerce businesses can fall victim to their own success. It can happen across many different facets of operations: skyrocketing sales overwhelm in-house order fulfillment, accelerated production negatively affects quality, or maybe a clunky online payment form churns out abandoned shopping carts instead of satisfied customers.READ MORE
Setting up your credit card processing can certainly be confusing. There are numerous middlemen involved and, depending on whether you sell your goods through a brick-and-mortar store or online, you might have to familiarize yourself with different setups.READ MORE
Did you make an online purchase this week? Then you used a Payment Gateway without even knowing it. A Payment Gateway provides a safe method of transferring cardholder data from a website to a payment network for processing. It communicates the confirmation of sufficient funds and the transaction approval back to the website.READ MORE
If you’re operating an e-commerce store, either on its own or as an extension of your brick-and-mortar operations, you’re probably wondering what a Payment Gateway is. You might be confused or frustrated to find that there is yet another payment provider you need to facilitate your transactions.READ MORE
If you’re a business owner that has yet to start selling goods or services online, you’ve probably heard all of the arguments in favor of ecommerce: that the internet is the world’s fastest-growing retail channel, that people of all ages are increasingly shopping online, and that people who shop online typically spend more – as much as 25% more – than in-store shoppers.READ MORE