Save with Surcharging
If you want to save on the cost you pay to accept card payments, ask us about our surcharging program. With our program, it can auto-calculate a 3% credit card surcharge fee to the customer and 1.25% fee on debit cards. You can receive 100% of the credit card processing sale amount!*
Lower Fees. Faster Payments.
Omni Channel Payment Acceptance
With one account you can accept with a smart terminal, virtual terminal, mobile device, or website shopping cart.
Your needs are unique, and so are your customer's demands.
We are consultative, secure, and client-centric. We are here to ensure that you have the best, secure, and most affordable payment acceptance option.
Free Merchant Processing Consultation and Analysis
If you are interested in saving money on your payment card acceptance with Merchant's PACT, visit our partner site with Merchant's PACT.
*Features vary by equipment. We do not offer the Merchant Surcharge Program in the following states: CT, MA, and PR. Must clearly and prominently display the surcharge rate at the point-of-sale and point of entry notifying all customers that this fee will be applied if they pay by credit card. There may be other disclosure requirements related to surcharging depending on where you are located and your business type. You are solely responsible for preparing disclosures that comply with applicable laws. Please review any state laws the Card Brand rules to determine what applies to your business. Some states have additional disclosure requirements that prevent businesses from advertising one price and then adding a surcharge at the point of sale when a consumer elects to pay with a credit card. Instead, businesses should post the higher prices and inform consumers of the higher credit card price for each product or service. In these states, merchants must clearly post the dollar and cents amount of each product or service offered. Additionally, businesses may be required to inform consumers of the higher credit card price for each product or service by posting the dollars and cents amount of the higher price.