Most businesses are being overcharged within their merchant account. They often believe that there is only one way to achieve lower credit card processing fees: change processors.
This would be a mistake. It’s best to stay with the processor you already have.
Credit card processing fees are complex ON PURPOSE. The industry is made up of numerous banks, card-brands, and processors … and all of them influence the fees businesses pay.
To lower these fees, you need extensive expertise, insider knowledge, and mountains of industry benchmark data.
Verisave has you covered.
We will optimize your merchant account and fix every error and overcharge … without any need to change processors.
And you don’t pay us a dime until we bring that money back to you.
You have very little control over your merchant account credit card processing fees.
Yes, you have a direct relationship with your merchant processor. But only a small amount of the credit card processing fees you pay go to that processor. Most go to the bank that issued the credit card … and you have no leverage with that bank.
Most of their fees go to the bank that issued the credit card to your customer … and they have no leverage with that bank.
These are called INTERCHANGE FEEs. And they can be lowered.
Many merchants recognize that they’re losing money on credit card processing fees, but they don’t have the expertise to identify where it’s happening or how to fix it.
With Verisave’s proprietary Optimizer process:
- You get full transparency of your merchant processing fees
- Your account is optimized to the lowest possible rate
- You receive all applicable industry or card-type discounts
- We can even lower your interchange fees
- We do all of the work for you
Taken together, the result is SUBSTANTIAL savings in the credit card processing fees you pay, with no risk or effort on your part. You can even keep your current processor.
All we need to get started is a recent merchant account statement. Within days, we’ll run an initial analysis, and report back to you with our findings. No charge, and no obligation.