Credit Card Processing - Do's and Don'ts

Credit Card Processing Tips

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Many small business owners believe shopping for a credit card processing company is a difficult, tedious task. However, it doesn’t need to be. Since you don’t shop for a credit card processing company every day, the process is unfamiliar, but Trinity Merchant Group has a few suggestions on what to do and what not to do to make the process run more smoothly.

Shop around.

Think of picking a credit card company like making a major purchase such as a car. You would never buy a car without researching online, checking reviews and visiting a couple of dealers. Why shouldn’t you do the same when shopping for a credit card processing company? Research several companies online and check their rating with the BBB. Narrow the list down to just a few and meet them in person for an initial consultation.

Come prepared.

In order to design the best plan for your business, credit card processing companies will need a little information from you. If possible, bring your most recent payment processing statements. If you’ve never implemented payment processing before, come prepared to describe the current ways you accept payments, the benefits and drawbacks you’ve found it to have for your business as well as your business goals. It’s also a good idea to research a few common credit card processing terms before your initial consultation.

Don’t rush.

How you accept payments is one of the most important business decisions you will make. For that reason, take your time. Carefully read your contract before signing. Ask the provider to clarify anything you don’t understand. Make sure you understand and agree to all terms and conditions of the contract and its fees. A good provider will never try to rush you into signing a contract you don’t understand. If you feel rushed or have a feeling that your questions aren’t being answered, don’t sign anything.

At Trinity Merchant Group, we encourage potential clients to voice any confusion, concerns or questions they may have during their initial consultation. We’ll guide you through your contract, carefully explaining our recommendations and fees. Trinity Merchant Group will continue to provide this same level of customer service as long as you choose to partner with us.  Our customer service representatives are available 24/7/365 to provide assistance.

For more information about credit card processing at Trinity Merchant Group, visit creditcardprocessing-Dallas.com.