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3 Steps Your Credit Card Processing Consultant Will Take to Help Your Business

Last updated 6 years ago


In these tough economic times, it is more important than ever to maximize your business’s revenue. However, this can be difficult when you’re paying exorbitant fees just to accept credit cards. To preserve your business’s revenue, consult a credit card processing consultant. Here are the ways we at Merchant Advocate will work to help you recapture that lost revenue.


  1. Analysis: Before you can truly begin the process of saving money, you have to first analyze your finances. At Merchant Advocate, we look at two to four months’ worth of your financial statements and determine how much you really are paying to accept credit cards. You will be surprised at how quickly the small fees you pay add up to huge losses.
  1. Negotiation: Our skilled consultants have experience in this area and know what you should be paying for your transactions. We know exactly what the standard rate for transaction processing is for a business of your size, and we can tell you just how much you are overpaying. Next, we will work with your credit card processing service to get you the best possible rate. We will be your advocate in this arena, working to get you the cheapest possible rates so you can keep more of your revenue.
  1. Monitoring: After we negotiate for your low transaction rate, we’re not finished. We want to make sure you’re preserving as much of your revenue as we predicted, so we monitor the effects of our work. You pay us based on the amount of money you save, so if you don’t save anything, you don’t owe us anything.

Small businesses like yours can get pushed around by service providers who cater to large companies. At Merchant Advocate, we work to get you the treatment you deserve from credit card processing companies so you can hold on to more of your hard-earned revenue. Set up a consultation with one of our consultants by calling (732) 727-2073 today. 


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