Lowest Rate Credit Card Processing! We integrate with your billing system!

Started by maja, Mar 06, 2023, 12:07 AM

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Merchant First specializes in electronic payment processing services for web hosting companies. Our range of gateways enables integration with 98% of billing systems used today.

Without the need for a contract, we offer the lowest rates in the industry. Additionally, our gateways come with no subscription fees. Transactions are charged at a rate of 2.15% plus 10 cents per transaction. Monthly statement processing is available at $6.89 per month, and our customer service operates 24 hours a day.

To facilitate online transactions, we provide the MerchantWare online terminal free of charge. The MerchantWARE Virtual Terminal serves as a web-based solution that replaces the need for a physical credit card terminal. It offers a secure and efficient way to conduct transactions and manage accounts from any internet-connected computer.

With the Merchant Software Virtual Terminal, merchants can easily process credit and debit cards by accessing our web-based payment gateway and entering payment information. Our software also boasts secure storage of customer payment information for up to two years, allowing for refill transactions using previously issued cards.

Our gateway supports batch processing and multi-user login, expanding account capabilities. Additionally, Merchant Software offers comprehensive reporting functions, including transaction history searchable by various criteria such as card number, cardholder name, transaction type, and date range.

For more information, please visit merchantfirst.org or contact our sales department at support@merchantfirst.org.


Would you be willing to accept foreign corporations that are owned by the United States? In other words, if the owner does not have a Social Security Number (SSN), but the company has an Employer Identification Number (EIN) or tax ID?

It's an interesting question that raises important considerations when it comes to accepting foreign corporations. While the presence of an EIN or tax ID for the company suggests legitimacy and compliance with tax laws, the lack of an SSN for the owner may raise concerns regarding personal identification and verification.

Businesses often have different requirements and criteria for accepting foreign corporations, particularly when it comes to establishing the identity and legal status of the owners. It may be worth exploring additional documentation and verification procedures to ensure that the necessary information is provided and accurately verified.

Ultimately, the decision to accept foreign corporations without an owner's SSN but with an EIN/tax ID is up to the individual or organization involved, taking into consideration their specific policies, legal obligations, and risk assessment.