Feb. 7, 2011
-- The West Fargo, ND based credit card processor MerchantAccount-
Free.com is giving free Hypercom credit card machines to qualifying businesses that set up new merchant accounts.
The free credit card machine being promoted is the Hypercom T4220, Hypercom's newest top of the line credit card machine. The owner of MerchantAccount-
Free.com, Ryan Theis has been setting merchants up with the older Hypercom T4100 for several years and has been "extremely happy" with their quality, and has this to say about the new T4220 machine. "I am very happy to see the same user interface on the T4220 as my old old favorite, Hypercom's T4100 terminal, but I also really like the smaller size, and simplified keys. The T4220 will definitely be the new standard in credit card terminals."
Free.com reports that their approval and set up process is much faster than the industry standard. It only takes on average three to four business days total from signing up for a new merchant account, to the time the merchant receives their new credit card machine. The Hypercom T4220 comes pre-programed and it is ready to start accepting credit and debit cards right out of the box.
The new Hypercom T4220 has dual com capabilities, so it can run transactions over a standard phone line or over the internet with an Ethernet cable. When it is connected to the internet transaction times are as low as one second. Also the Hypercom packs a compact internal thermal printer for printing customer receipts.http://www.MerchantAccount-Free.com/store
sells credit card processing equipment on a national level, by providing fast shipping and the lowest prices in the country on Hypercom, Verifone, Nurit, First Data, 4Access, and Ingenico credit card terminals.
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Free.com sells credit card processing equipment on a national level, by providing fast shipping and the lowest prices in the country on Hypercom, Verifone, Nurit, First Data, 4Access, and Ingenico credit card terminals.