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Merchant services, like payment processing, are vital for businesses today. Whether you’re a brick and mortar business or you conduct most of your business on the world wide web, the ability to accept multiple forms of payment enables you to remain competitive in today’s global economy, as well as locally in your community. In-spite of being so vital, every merchant is probably a little unhappy about the fact that they have to go through the hassle and expense of setting up a merchant account just so their customers can use credit cards. Having to pay the credit card processing charges every time a customer uses a card makes it even worse.
Deceptive statements, hidden fees, and broken promises are all too common in the world of credit card processing. The industry is notorious for taking advantage of merchants. If your business processes credit card payments from customers and clients on a regular basis, this webinar will help you to:
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Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Verisave
Jeremy Layton started Verisave back in 2001 with the service of identifying and collecting overpayments made by their customers to their suppliers. In 2010 Jeremy noticed that most of his customers were paying a lot of money to process credit card payments. After digging a little deeper, he found that most of his customers were actually paying much more than they needed to and Jeremy was determined to help them reduce these fees. Over the past 10 years Jeremy has become an expert in all things relating to the credit card processing industry. In fact, Verisave saved its customers over $30 million on credit card processing fees.
Verisave is a seasoned auditing company that helps organizations identify and eliminate excess merchant processing fees. Since 2002, the Verisave team has served clients throughout the United States in a variety of industries by providing clarity and transparency in a complicated area of business. Our team of processing industry experts brings experience and knowledge to the table with one goal–to identify and implement measurable savings for your business.
Oct 17th 2021
Christina Palmitier, ACCT/BK, CPA (US)
Sep 16th, 2021
Webinar was very detailed regarding different processors and their statements.
Shannon Herbst, CCSA, CIA
Jun 25th, 2021
myCPE delivered a great webinar to improve my knowledge regarding this particular topic.
Caroline Wade, CPA (US)
Jun 22nd, 2021
Arthur Sauve, CPA (US), EA
May 7th, 2021
Great job. Very interesting subject matter.
Rosaura Ramirez, CGAP, CIA, CPA (US)
Apr 5th, 2021
He confirmed what I had suspected trying to understand credit card statements -- they are extremely complicated and confusing.