Accept Credit Card Merchant Account
Not all credit card processing providers accept merchant account applications from people or businesses with bad credit. If you have filed for bankruptcy or have a few outstanding bills, it can be difficult to apply and get approved for merchant accounts. Without things like a line of credit, an Internet merchant account and office space, getting your dream underway is challenging at best.
Things You'll Need When Applying Online For Merchant Accounts
In order for a provider to accept credit card merchant account applications, they will need some basic business, personal, and banking information. This information is used to set up your account. Have your Federal Tax ID or social security number, along with bank routing numbers, place of business, and primary account holder information ready before you start the application process to accept credit cards.
If you happen to have bad credit, that doesn't necessarily mean you'll be charged a higher credit card processing rate or set-up fees if you are approved. In fact, look for a merchant account company that offers discounted rates and waived fees regardless of credit. This will prove the merchant account provider's dedication to customer service as well as their commitment to see their clients succeed .
If applying for Internet merchant accounts to accept credit cards the online application can compeleted in about 15-minutes if you have all the required information handy. Considering that there are no application or setup fees you have nothing to lose other than some time. Over the years we have maintained one of the highest approval rates in the industry, regardless of the merchant's credit history or the type of business they are engaged in.
Call 888-760-1700 to learn more about how to get a merchant account so you can accept card cards from retail, online, and mobile locations.