Accept Credit Cards for Free?

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"There's no such thing as a free lunch." I heard that first from my parents as a kid. Sure you can get things for free, but you usually pay for it later somewhere. You've seen enough of these free deals and you know how it works. Nothing is completely free.  Every once in a while however, a deal comes by that is actually pretty amazing.  And we're pretty sure we found one for you.

If you've ever looked into accepting credit cards, you have probably been shocked by the number of fees - monthly charges, yearly charges, per transaction fees, setup fees, overage fees, discount rates, you name it, they'll charge you for it. The worst part is that they don't tell you about most of the rates or contract terms until you're ready to sign.  And if you ever get frustrated enough with your card processor and try to quit, they tell you all about the early termination fee - often a few hundred dollars or more!

That's exactly why we have set up a partnership with a reputable, honest and dependable card processor to get you the best priced merchant accounts around. And while other card processors pile on the fees, these guys list many of these extra fees as FREE! - check them out... you'll be glad you did. And feel free to contact us if you want guidance through the process of signing up and setting up your website to accept payments online. So while there is still no such thing as a free lunch, there is a very affordable alternative to the overpriced lunch you've been eating.

PLUS, all of their services are provided on month-to-month contracts with no termination fees.  If you don't like it, simply quit.  We're pretty sure that you'll love working with them though.  Our clients have had nothing but good experiences.  One client even brought a competing rate quote to them, and was quick to beat it.

Check them out today and start saving!

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