Yes you can apply for a merchant account with ecom merchant solutions.
They have the lowest monthly rates and discount fees, that I have found.
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I currently use Payment Processing and they have been great so far. They are fast with the support which is always good to have.
You can also lower the discount rate. I was able to get it down a bit.
For those interested, here's a blog post about HomeAway's new online reservation management software designed for individual homeowners. It includes more detailed info about HomeAway's currently online payment options.
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It's been my experience that Excel Merchant Services has the best price and service in the industry. They are very helpful, accomodating and have a great online service that's easy to use. You can reach them at email@example.com or www.excelmerchant.com. Good luck in your new venture!
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I wanted to let you know about a weekly ReservationManager webinar where we'll provide an online product demonstration followed by questions and answers between you and the ReservationManager product team.
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It looks to me like Credit Card Machine by Paynet Systems might be the best deal. They charge $10 a month for a home based business and 2.1% fee for each manually entered transaction lower than Square. You can enter manually either on your phone or computer for a home based business. Since we don't normally have the credit cards in hand, we would qualify as a home based business. Although the rate is low, the monthly fee could make them more expensive for some of us.
They are getting setup for eCheck sometime in the future. And, they say they put the money into your linked account within 48 hours which is faster than HA.
You can charge a $.50 to verify credit cards if only using for damage control and you can send invoices. Not sure yet about leases though.
They say they encript the CC info and Square does not.
Might be worth checking into..