If you’re going to read any articles from the How Payments Are Done blog, these five are it. Some clear up the confusion around specific payment processing jargon and technical complexities like “What’s the difference between a surcharge and a convenience fee? Who can charge what?”.
Other articles cover critical, need-to-know payment challenges like how to reduce the chance of chargebacks from occurring.
Check out the most popular posts of the year … share them … then let us know which one’s your favorite by commenting below.
If you accept credit cards at your business, it’s nearly impossible to rid yourself of chargebacks. The good news? There are steps you can take that will drastically reduce the chance of chargebacks from happening.
Check out this handy infographic for seven proactive pointers — perfect for sharing on your social pages, with colleagues and at your next team meeting.
“Great partnerships just don’t happen.” Research shows there are elements that are essential for creating great alliances.
In this article, Constellation Payments CEO, Steve Pinado, outlines the eight components of effective partnering as identified in the book, “Power of 2: How to Make the Most of Your Partnerships at Work and in Life” by Rodd Wagner and Gale Muller, Ph.D.
What better time than now to measure your partnerships against these components and see how they stack up?
How does a convenience fee differ from a surcharge? What if you’re a government agency, a school, college or university? What’s allowed?
This post spells out the differences between the two fee types, the rules around each and what businesses are allowed to charge extra — a great primer providing clarity around what can be a very confusing topic.
Trouble reading your statements or evaluating rates? This article explains — in simple terms — the different pricing options and methods of billing available for merchant processing services through Constellation Payments.
That payment processing jargon I spoke of earlier? Here’s a great go-to resource worth bookmarking. This glossary defines the most commonly-used payment processing terms in simple, easy-to-understand language.
So, what do you think? What’s your favorite article? Have a topic you want to see covered? Comment below and let us know.
We hope you’ve enjoyed the How Payments Are Done blog and look forward to sharing more payment education, strategies and insights in 2017.
Kristen Campbell is the Marketing Brand Manager at Constellation Payments.