Top Ten Indicators that it’s Time to Shop for a New Credit Card Processing Company

Number 2: Your equipment or solution only works with once provider.

It’s a trap! This one is worse than Number 3 because you cannot escape without buying new equipment, or paying a contract termination fee. Read your agreements before you sign up. Your customer service representative should be able to clearly explain every item of your contract. Furthermore, the more complicated your contract seems, the more you need to have it reviewed. Credit card processing is only a little confusing by nature.

Extreme confusion is a sign of hidden unethical tactics or a disorganized business, both of which are indicative of a bad processor.