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Payment Processing for Websites, Mobile Payments, and Stores
We’ve reviewed these Payment Processors. These are all in one solutions. So this means you’ll get a merchant account, payment gateway, mobile payments and credit card terminals.
Authorize.net has been around for a long time. They offer payment processing and a merchant account together. You’ll also get a payment gateway, mobile payments and credit card terminal from them. This is a one-stop solution for most merchants. Read our review here.
Helcim is located in Canada and serves both Canadian merchants and US merchants. Their pricing is very transparent and easy to understand. They offer contract terms that are less than a year. They also offer non-profit organization discounts for charities. Read our review here.
Fattmerchant is something of a newcomer on the payment processing scene. But if you want easy to understand and transparent payment processing fees, you will want to check them out. They have a flat fee per transaction plus interchange fees. After that you pay a flat subscription fee per month. For healthcare professionals who have large amounts to charge, this is a great way to save some money. Check out their prices here.
PayPal is one of those companies that seem like they’ve been around forever. But the thing is that they keep reinventing themselves so much they’re forever young. You’ll want to consider PayPal. They’ve got an easy to use payment gateway for ecommerce merchants. They also have mobile payments. A merchant account is already included so they’re easy to get started with. Check them out. Read our review here.
Chase is the massive big daddy in this space. They have serviced thousands of businesses for many years. They have online payments, mobile payments, payment gateway, POS Point-of-Sale and more. They offer a merchant account via Chase Bank. So you can do everything in a one stop sale. Read our review here.