Category Archives: Accept credit cards
Every time I read the paper, turn on the news, or talk to merchants I am reminded that there are credit card thieves out there just waiting to make their next scam. PCI compliant devices and gateways greatly reduce the risk of data compromise. New online businesses or ones that would like to be more PCI compliant should take a look at First Data Global Gateway e4SM. It offers level II/III processing for merchants of all sizes.
Here are the benefits of the e4.
- Accept all major credit and debit cards plus PayPal integration.
- Easy to use interface, simple API’s.
- Compatible with a broad range of shopping carts.
- Simple Batch processing interface.
- Level II/III processing.
- Secure and compliant gateway with redundant infrastructure and 24/7 availability.
- International payment processing.
- AVS/CVV processing.
- Multiple currency support.
- Fraud/Velocity Controls.
- 3D secure.
- TransArmor (tokenized transactions).
- Real time, dynamic reporting capabilities.
- Vast transaction search capabilities.
- Integrated recurring billing (fixed and variable amounts).
- Customized receipts.
- Multi-language support.
- 24/7 support.
For more information on accepting credit cards online, the Global Gateway e4SM, merchant accounts, or PCI compliance visit www.paymentmax.com.
Do you manage a field sales fleet equipped with iPhone 3G or 3GS? Want a way to oversee their day to day payment activity as it is happening? If you answered yes to both of these questions then VeriFone’s PAYware Mobile Connect is the perfect processing solution for your sales fleet. Here are the benefits.
- Connect all PAYware Mobile equipped iPhone’s into one single portal
- Operates in real time
- Fully web-based, no software to purchase
- User friendly
- Configure and customize PAYware Mobile Connect to suit your business needs
- Maintenance free
- PCI-DSS compliant
Visit www.paymentmax.com for more information on connecting your mobile sales fleet with PAYware mobile Connect.
The FD100ti is becoming a very popular point-of-sale device for merchants wanting a speedy, sleek, more secure credit card terminal. A common question I hear in the office is what are the differences between First Data’s FD100 and FD100ti?
Here is how they are different.
The FD100ti uses less space. It is sleeker and more compact than the FD100.
FD100ti has 1.5 times the memory, and an updated CPU.
FD100ti’s latest software provides greater security than the FD100.
FD100ti WiFi version is available.
FD100 ti uses industry standard 2.25″ thermal paper. This can be found at most office supply stores.
Better Screen Visibility
The FD100ti new black and white screen provides a clear view at multiple angles and lighting conditions. The screen is also graphic touch screen.
The new FD100ti has a titanium color versus the FD100 standard gray color.
To find out if the FD100ti is right for your business, or find out about PaymentMax low processing rates visit www.paymentmax.com.
Start accepting credit cards on your smartphone today with a PaymentMax merchant account and ROAMpay. ROAMpay mobile is compatible with over 400 different cell phone models, including the popular iPhone 4, Droid X, Droid 2, and HTC Hero.
Here is the compatibility list (to date).
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HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000 – Alltel
HTC Touch (CDMA) / XV6900 – Alltel
Motorola Q9c – Alltel
Palm Treo 700wx – Alltel
Apple iPhone – AT&T (Cingular)
Apple iPhone 3G – AT&T (Cingular)
Apple iPhone 3G S – AT&T (Cingular)
Apple iPhone 4
HTC 2125 / 2100 (Faraday) – AT&T (Cingular)
HTC 3125 / Smartflip / 8500 (Star Trek) – AT&T (Cingular)
HTC 8125 / 8100 / MDA (USA) / K-JAM / P4300 (Wizard) – AT&T (Cingular)
HTC Tilt 8925 / TyTN II (Kaiser) – AT&T (Cingular)
HTC TyTN / 8525 / JasJam (Hermes) – AT&T (Cingular)
Motorola Q Global / Q9h – AT&T (Cingular)
Samsung Jack i637 – AT&T (Cingular)
Samsung Propel Pro SGH-i627 – AT&T (Cingular)
Samsung BlackJack II SGH-i617 – AT&T (Cingular)
HP iPAQ Glisten – AT&T Wireless
HTC Touch Pro2 (GSM) – AT&T Wireless
HTC Fuze / Touch Pro (GSM) – AT&T Wireless
LG CU515 – AT&T Wireless
LG eXpo GW820 – AT&T Wireless
LG Shine CU720 – AT&T Wireless
LG Trax CU575 – AT&T Wireless
Motorola KRZR K1 – AT&T Wireless
Motorola RAZR V3 – AT&T Wireless
Motorola RAZR V3i / V3t / V3e / V3r – AT&T Wireless
Motorola RAZR V3xx – AT&T Wireless
Motorola SLVR L7 – AT&T Wireless
Nokia 6555 – AT&T Wireless
Palm Treo 750 – AT&T Wireless
Pantech C3b – AT&T Wireless
Pantech Duo C810 – AT&T Wireless
Pantech Matrix Pro C820 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 8520 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry 8700 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry 8820 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion Blackberry Bold 9000 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 8300 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 8310 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 8320 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion Blackberry Curve 8900 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl 8100 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl 8110 – AT&T Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl 8120 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung Access A827 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung BlackJack SGH-i607 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SGH-A227 / A226 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SGH-A717 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SGH-A727 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SGH-A737 / SGH-A736 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SGH-A777 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SGH-D357 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SGH-D407 / D347 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SGH-P777 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SLM SGH-A747 – AT&T Wireless
Samsung SYNC SGH-A707 – AT&T Wireless
Sony Ericsson W300 / Z530 – AT&T Wireless
Sony Ericsson W580 / S500 – AT&T Wireless
Sony Ericsson Z310 – AT&T Wireless
Sony Ericsson Z520 / Z525 – AT&T Wireless
HTC 5800 / Fusion / S720 – Qwest Wireless (Verizon)
HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000 – Qwest Wireless (Verizon)
HTC Hero (CDMA) – Sprint
HTC Snap S511 (CDMA) – Sprint
HTC Touch Pro2 (CDMA) – Sprint
HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000 – Sprint
HTC Touch (CDMA) / XV6900 – Sprint
HTC Touch Diamond – Sprint
HTC Touch Pro (CDMA) – Sprint
LG Rumor2 / Banter / UX-265 – Sprint
LG Fusic / LX-550 – Sprint
LG Lotus / LX 600 – Sprint
LG LX-160 / Flare – Sprint
LG Muziq / LX-570 – Sprint
LG Rumor / Scoop / UX-260 – Sprint
Motorola L7c – Sprint
Motorola Q9c – Sprint
Motorola RAZR V3m – Sprint
Motorola RAZR2 V9m – Sprint
Motorola Red RAZR – V3m – Sprint
Palm Treo Pro (CDMA) – Sprint
Palm Treo 700w – Sprint
Palm Treo 800w – Sprint
Research In Motion BlackBerry 8830 – Sprint
Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 8330 – Sprint
Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 8350i – Sprint
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl 8130 – Sprint
Research In Motion BlackBerry Tour 9630 – Sprint
Samsung Ace SPH-i325 – Sprint
Samsung Instinct M800 – Sprint
Samsung M510 – Sprint
Samsung MM-A900 / SPH-A900 / Ace – Sprint
Samsung SPH-Z400 – Sprint
Sanyo Katana DLX / 8500 – Sprint
Sanyo Katana II 6650 – Sprint
Sanyo MM-7500 – Sprint
Sanyo SCP-3200 – Sprint
Sanyo SCP-7050 – Sprint
Sanyo SCP-8400 – Sprint
UTStarcom PPC-6700 / XV-6700 / HTC Apache – Sprint
HTC 5800 / Fusion / S720 – Sprint / Nextel
HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000 – Sprint / Nextel
Motorola Q – Sprint / Nextel
HTC 8125 / 8100 / MDA (USA) / K-JAM / P4300 (Wizard) – SunCom (T-Mobile)
HTC Dash / S620 / S621 (Excalibur) – SunCom (T-Mobile)
HTC MDA Compact / xda II mini / JAM (Magician) – SunCom (T-Mobile)
HTC Dash 3G / Snap – T-Mobile
HTC myTouch 3G / Magic – T-Mobile
HTC Nexus One – T-Mobile
HTC Touch Pro2 (GSM) – T-Mobile
HTC 8125 / 8100 / MDA (USA) / K-JAM / P4300 (Wizard) – T-Mobile
HTC Dash / S620 / S621 (Excalibur) – T-Mobile
HTC G1 – T-Mobile
HTC Pocket PC Phone (Space Needle) – T-Mobile
HTC SDA (USA) / SP5m (Tornado) – T-Mobile
HTC Shadow – T-Mobile
HTC Shadow (2009) – T-Mobile
HTC Wing / P4350 (Herald) – T-Mobile
Motorola RAZR V3i / V3t / V3e / V3r – T-Mobile
Motorola W490 / W510 / W5 – T-Mobile
Nokia 5300 – T-Mobile
Nokia 6126 / 6131 / 6133 – T-Mobile
Research In Motion BlackBerry 8700 – T-Mobile
Research In Motion BlackBerry 8800 – T-Mobile
Research In Motion BlackBerry 8820 – T-Mobile
Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 8320 – T-Mobile
Research In Motion Blackberry Curve 8900 – T-Mobile
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl 8100 – T-Mobile
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl 8120 – T-Mobile
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 – T-Mobile
Samsung Behold II – T-Mobile
Samsung Katalyst SGH-T739 – T-Mobile
HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000 – U.S. Cellular
Motorola Q – U.S. Cellular
Motorola Q9c – U.S. Cellular
HTC Droid Eris – Verizon Wireless
HTC Ozone – Verizon Wireless
HTC Touch Pro2 (CDMA) – Verizon Wireless
HTC 5800 / Fusion / S720 – Verizon Wireless
HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000 – Verizon Wireless
HTC Touch (CDMA) / XV6900 – Verizon Wireless
HTC Touch Diamond – Verizon Wireless
HTC Touch Pro (CDMA) – Verizon Wireless
LG enV Touch VX-11000 – Verizon Wireless
LG enV2 (VX-9100) – Verizon Wireless
LG VX-5300 / UX-245 / AX-245 – Verizon Wireless
LG VX-5400 – Verizon Wireless
Motorola Devour – Verizon Wireless
Motorola Droid A855 – Verizon Wireless
Motorola Q9c – Verizon Wireless
Motorola Q9m – Verizon Wireless
Palm Treo 700wx – Verizon Wireless
Pantech PN-820 – Verizon Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry 8800 – Verizon Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry 8830 – Verizon Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Curve 8330 – Verizon Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl 8130 – Verizon Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8230 – Verizon Wireless
Research In Motion BlackBerry Tour 9630 – Verizon Wireless
Samsung Gleam SCH-U700 / Muse – Verizon Wireless
Samsung Saga i770 – Verizon Wireless
Samsung SCH-i760 – Verizon Wireless
UTStarcom PPC-6700 / XV-6700 / HTC Apache – Verizon Wireless
PAYware mobile has a really cool marketing feature available to its users, it is called Map Function. The map function is located in the transaction info screen and allows merchants to pin point exactly where their sales have been made.
The map function plots every transaction location with a pin needle. Once all transactions have been plotted the user gains a clear view of which locations are the busiest and the best for business. A great tool for on-the-go merchants, like food vendors, seeking hungry customers.
The map function can make print advertising more efficient and cost effective for businesses. The most profitable geographic areas are revealed eliminating wasted time and money on “dead” zones.
The newest smart phone by Motorola Droid X has some awesome features like a HD camcorder and HDMI, but it also gives mobile business owners the ability to process credit and debit cards-anywhere! Now that is freedom-No more lost sales! Here are the benefits of accepting all major credit cards on the Droid X.
Mobility and Freedom
The Droid X smartphone can process transactions, in real time, anywhere and at anytime. Limo drivers, hot dog vendors, babysitters…you name it…can now accept credit cards. No wires. No wireless black holes!
The Droid X and ROAMpay mobile application provide a PCI certified processing platform. Double encryption of cardholder data from the moment the card is swiped. Also, there is never any storage of sensitive cardholder data on the Droid X, eliminating risk from hackers.
No Supply Requirements
The Droid X provides customers with an emailed receipt. There are no printers to worry about, and no supplies to buy.
The application download is fast, taking only a few seconds. Once you have completed the download you are ready to accept credit cards.
Transactions are processed equally fast.
Never turn down a sale again! Providing customers with the ability to pay with debit or credit cards increases the average ticket amount, and over all sales.
Droid X users can now turn their beloved smartphone into a credit card processing device, with all the security of a fixed terminal.
More questions about processing credit cards on the Droid, or Droid X?
The FD100 Ti is an affordable, all-in-one terminal solution for retailers, restaurants, quick service restaurants, mail and telephone order, grocery stores, and electronic commerce. This terminal is one of the fastest, sleekest terminals available. Here are the FD100 Ti specs.
-Easy to use touch-screen display. 128 X 64 graphic LCD display.
-Fast terminal downloads using IP or dial-up over a standard 56K modem.
-Easy support of IP and dial-up with secure SSL encryption.
-True 32 bit processing (ARM 920T 32-bit CPU core).
-Quick and Easy drop-in paper loading system.
-Compact design with sleek titanium look.
-Upgraded, faster CPU (ARM 9 400Mhz).
-Windows CE 6.0
-Verification and processing capabilities for ATM, debit, EBT, and check payments.
-15 line per second printer capability.
-Merchant friendly one-touch daily functions.
-Three-track magnetic stripe reader.
-64 MB RAM standard memory.
-Three USB ports.
-Address verification system.
-Simplified support and installation.
-2.25 inch wide thermal roll printer
Installation of the FD100 Ti is quick and simple. A few minutes is all it takes for set-up. Contact PaymentMax to get started processing with the FD100 Ti.
1. Fast Funds. It takes third party processors, like Paypal, several days-up to a week to allocate funds. PaymentMax Processing will have all credit card funds deposited next day.
2. Record Keeping. Third party processors do not release any information regarding the cardholder. This information can be imperative in copy requests, and chargeback disputes.
3. Lower chargebacks. Having your own merchant account will properly place your DBA (Doing Business As) on the customer’s credit card statement. Third party processors do not list DBA’s which can cause confusion, and spark a chargeback request.
4. Save money. If you are processing over $500 dollars in credit cards through a third party processor-you are paying too much, much more than a merchant account.
5. PaymentMax will “give back” a percentage of net processing fees to documented non-profit organizations.
According to AppScout’s article, “Retrevo Study Finds Mobile Shopping Taking Off,” 20% of consumers have purchased something from their retailer with a mobile phone. A staggering increase in just a few months. Another 27% of responders said that they had not purchased using a cell phone yet, but planned on it in the near future.
Businesses not accepting credit cards on their iPhones, Androids, or Blackberry’s can have cell phone processing added to their current merchant account quickly and easily. Opening up a whole new avenue for revenue! Customers are responding well to cell phone credit card processing.