Feb 25, 2012

Credit Card Payments

I just can't understand why some merchants do not accept credit card payments. Most of the costumers pay with debit or credit cards for convenience. Just the other day, I wanted to have a full tank gas but, when I stopped in a gas station, it only accepts cash. Now, who would want to walk all the way to the counter to pay cash? It's a hassle! I drove to the next corner and gas up my car. Most of the gas stations have merchant accounts but, few of them didn't bother to get one. That's really ridiculous because most people do not carry cash.

If they only know how to find cheaper transaction rates online then maybe, they already applied for a merchant account. Anybody would just stop by the gas station and gas up but, because of the inconvenience, some customers would just go and find another gas station. That's just easy for to do. Of course, establishments will lose their customers easy if they do not accept cards.

How about you? Do you own a business? You should not neglect this important transaction from the costumers. Your sales will improve if you accept cards. Do not just rely on cash payments. Just make a comparison and find the best credit card processing online.

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