Accept Electronic Checks (echecks)
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ACH processing service is a convenient way to accept payments conveniently and quickly from customers. If your company processes many checks per month, this service is for you. Provide the convenience of electronic funds transfer for your customers, using our ACH system. Our ACH processing service gives you rapid means to accept your customerís preferred choice of payment. Our ACH processing service also provide fraud protection to save on risk-related losses.
ACH processing allows your business to save time and money. Use ACH Payment processing for recurring ACH payments or one time check payments. Once a customer makes a check payment via the ACH system, the check is converted into an EFT payment and presented to the customerís bank via the Federal Reserve System midnight the same day.
Use the ACH network to automatically take payments from your customer's checking or savings account. Our software allows your company to schedule your payments via an ACH debit or credit card. If you need to accept ACH payments by phone we can meet your need as well.
Echecks Increase sales
Increasing your sales and profits. Plus...You save money. Processing electronic checks can save you 50% or more over processing credit cards. Customers who wish to pay by check simply select the online echeck option and enter the requested bank account information. Monies are deducted from your customers' accounts and deposited in your account.
The ACH Network is a highly reliable and efficient nationwide batch-oriented electronic funds transfer system governed by the NACHA operating rules, which provide for the Interbank clearing of electronic payments for participating depository financial institutions. The Federal Reserve and Electronic Payments Network act as ACH Operators, central clearing facilities through which financial institutions transmit or receive ACH entries.