Best Merchant Services

Neil Patel

Merchant services exist to help businesses process credit card payments. Regardless of what you call them, choosing the best merchant service isn’t easy. That’s why, in this guide, I’m catering to each type of business and finding the right merchant service for your needs.

Dwolla Review 2019: ACH Payments Made Easy

Ecommerce Platforms

This solution helps to simplify automated clearing house payments (ACH) and white label bank transfers for businesses. It’s not a third-party processor, and it’s not a merchant account provider, like Stripe, PayPal, or Square. But, instead of providing a platform like other companies using ACH rather than credit or debit cards ( like PayPal ). Dwolla facilitates ACH payments. This comes in handy for taking credit and debit cards in addition to ACH payments.

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Braintree Payments Reviews (Nov 2020) – Everything You Need to Know

Ecommerce Platforms

Here we look briefly at Chicago-based Braintree Payments, highlighting some of the features a merchant might consider when picking a payment processor. Braintree currently offers two ways for merchants to use its services. Auth is a good way to share merchant data securely.

What is Google Pay and How Does It Work? (Nov 2020)

Ecommerce Platforms

This gives modern merchants more flexibility when it comes to offering customers the payment options they want most. Today we’re going to cover everything you need to know about Google Pay, and help you to decide whether it’s the right service for you.