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Thank you to all of you who have requested another broadcast for this show. Due to technical difficulties when the show first aired the entire show could not be heard live. This is the recorded version of the show. Enjoy!
This is a show you will NOT want to miss! Merchant Services are one of the most costly expenses for a business yet in the "plastic" day in age you must have it to keep your customers from going to your competitor. If you are frustrated trying to figure out those credit card processing statements, PCI Compliance, Interchange - Retail Tier - MOTO rates, or equipment, this is the show for you!
Central Payment is nationally-recognized as a leading provider of transaction processing services and social marketing software, providing support to more than 50,000 small, medium and large businesses across the United States. It annually processes more than 4.5 billion in credit card sales.
As one of the fastest growing and most innovative payment processors in the country, the Company provides best in class service based on 24/7 customer care, competitive pricing and technology-based solutions. Employing a combination of a broadly-experienced staff and an entrepreneurial approach to conducting business, the Northern California based company is dedicated to maximizing growth and profit opportunities for its customers. Central Payment utilizes innovative terminal and software technology to provide increasingly important wireless and Internet solutions as part of its cost-effective and seamless approach to payment and transaction processing.
Chris Lombardi, Director of Sales for Central Payment, will be joining us from his corporate office to provide our listeners answers to their most common questions regarding their merchant service accounts, and industry standards. Live callers with questions are welcome!
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