Nov. 29, 2012
-- Most virtual terminals are made to work well with any kind of connection. Whether you have dial-up or TCP/IP (Internet), or TCP/IP (leased), they are designed to function and work well for you.
They have card reader support, support for Pin Pad, and for check readers as well. They can accept all the major credit cards, the debit cards, gift cards & they can do check verifications.
The virtual terminal does not require any software installations and can be accessed from any computer that can connect to the Internet. It’s also one of the most cost effective methods to accept a payment from your customers. Your customers will remain loyal to you because your service centre’s recurring billing system application allows you to give your clients with flexible, hassle free billing plan.
These terminals are very suitable for small businesses and for businesses that are just taking off. This application is perhaps the best way merchants who manually enter credit card transactions for mail order/telephone order transactions. Also with a virtual terminal you really do not have to bother yourself about losing any transactions caused by terminal failure. You also have no business worrying about batching out at the end of the day. You are rest assured that all your transactions are safe and secure with this wonderful application.
A virtual terminal can be used to manually enter credit card information from fax, mail or phone orders. Virtual terminals are often used in conjunction with a payment gateway. A payment gateway is integrated into a website and allows online credit card payments. Using a virtual terminal requires a merchant account. To get a merchant account from your bank you will need to have a business account as well as a business license but MaxPayNow
can arrange this for you. Virtual terminal software usually has a monthly fee as well as a per transaction fee.
So if your business needs the facility to accept card payments call us on 0161 928 2287 or visit our website at www.maxpaynow.com