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5 Credit Card Processor Tactics That Waste Your Money

5 CREDIT CARD PROCESSOR TACTICS THAT WASTE YOUR MONEY

Available Date(s)
Wednesday, April 24, 2024: 10:00AM EDT
Wednesday, May 08, 2024: 4:00PM EDT
Wednesday, May 22, 2024: 11:00AM EDT
Wednesday, June 05, 2024: 10:00AM EDT

Cost Free
CPE Credits 1.0 hour
CE Credits 0.0 hours
Course Level Basic
Instructional Method Group Internet Based
Prerequisites None
Advanced Preparation None
Course Description

Every business has a choice when it comes to selecting a credit card processor. But the fact is that most processors use the same tactics to muddy the waters and charge higher fees than they should. Merchant accounts, and processing fees, are incredibly complex. However, by identifying the ways in which processors waste your money, you can understand how to manage processing expenses. Join this session where merchant account experts from Verisave will teach you five of the most common tactics used by processors to prevent businesses from minimizing their payment fees.

Learning Objectives:


  • Recognize the complexity credit card processors add to the process so that they can charge high processing fees

  • Determine what you need to understand so that you can manage your processing fees

  • List five of the most common tactics used by processors that keep processing fees high

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Jeremy Layton started Verisave back in 2001 to identify and collect overpayments made by their customers to their suppliers. In 2010, Jeremy noticed that most of his customers were paying a lot of money to process credit card payments. After digging a little deeper, he found that most of his customers were paying much more than they needed to, and Jeremy was determined to help them reduce these fees. Over the past ten years, Jeremy has become an expert in all things relating to the credit card processing industry. Verisave saved its customers over $30 million on credit card processing fees.

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About Our Presenter

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Verisave is a seasoned auditing company that helps organizations identify and eliminate excess merchant processing fees. Since 2002, the Verisave team has served clients throughout the United States in a variety of industries by providing clarity and transparency in a complicated area of business. Our team of processing industry experts brings experience and knowledge to the table with one goal–to identify and implement measurable savings for your business.