Does Your Business Need a Wireless Credit Card Terminal?

Shannon Buchanan

  • May 31, 2012
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Is your business suffering because you’re unable to accept credit cards while on the road? Or worse, are you losing sales to declined credit cards processed off-location, without the customer or card present? If so, your business may need a wireless credit card terminal.

For mobile businesses such as transportation and towing services, contractors, delivery services, trade show and flea market sellerss, etc.), a wireless credit card terminal enhances business mobility and efficiency, simplifies the billing and payment process, and increases sales and revenue.

Wireless terminals allow mobile merchants to:

  •  Accept payments from anyone, anywhere, anytime. Wireless terminals offer mobile businesses a solution for accepting credit card payments in real time and on-location. With connections to multiple cell phone networks, wireless coverage is provided throughout the country. To enable continued operation in low-coverage areas, wireless terminals have a “Store and Forward” security feature that provides an offline capture of transactions.
  •  Enjoy efficiency and convenience. Wireless terminals deliver a rapid check-out process, with verified transactions received in 2-3 seconds. Wireless terminals are compact, and easy to deploy and use.
  •  Reduce the risk of financial losses. By accepting payments real-time, you can avoid losing sales from declined credit cards processed off-site. By accepting credit cards on-site, you can reduce the risk of carrying large sums of cash or receiving bad checks.
  •  Operate with low processing costs. Wireless processing is an affordable solution for mobile merchants; since swiping a credit card with the customer present involves less risk, processing costs are lower compared to manually key-entering card information at a later time.

Wireless credit card terminals offer mobile merchants a simple and dependable payment solution from a handy device.

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