If you’re selling products that are in a high-risk category, you offer recurring billing, or you sell very different products with different risk levels, you’ve no doubt come across challenges while finding ways to accept credit card payments online. At Blue Payment Agency, we’ve helped hundreds of e-commerce site owners like you process credit and debit card payments online. Read more
Chase merchant services, formerly Chase Paymentech, is a very popular e-commerce merchant account provider that supports businesses of all shapes and sizes. JP Morgan Chase is a “blue chip” stock, and longtime merchant account provider; not surprisingly many of the site owners we’ve heard from are happy with them. However, while their service allows for many ways to accept payments, we often get requests from businesses who want to integrate it into the NMI payment gateway.
If you’re new to e-commerce, you might be wondering what payment gateways are, and why they’re so important. A payment gateway is a software service that, among other things, authorizes credit card payments for online businesses. Finding the right payment gateway is not the easiest task, and choosing between them can be confusing. However, the NMI payment gateway is one of the best in the business. After all, the payment gateway is an integral and essential part of any website.
Recurring billing, subscription billing, and automated billing are all different names for roughly the same process.
An example of a simple recurring billing plan would be a supplement auto-ship program. The way Amazon keeps your card information and shipping addresses on file “just in case you need it” is an example of more open-ended customer data storage.
There’s a host of businesses that make use of recurring billing to streamline their revenue and make it reliable. This includes salons, subscription beauty or health food boxes, and software companies, to name a few.