Liz Isenburg, Author at Shift Credit Card Processing

All posts by Liz Isenburg

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How Do I Process CBD Payments?

More and more CBD merchants want to offer their customers a way to pay for their CBD products with a credit card either in-store or online. We get the appeal. Not only are credit cards safer and more

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What Does the Future of Cannabis Payments Look Like?

The cannabis industry is starting to really take off in the United States. More and more states are making it legal to buy cannabis, CBD oil, hemp, and other cannabis products whether for medicinal purposes

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What is Considered a High-Risk Merchant?

We get a lot of surprised business owners that call us when they find out they are considered high risk when they apply for a merchant account in order to accept credit cards. All they are looking to

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How Do I Avoid Payment Processing Fees?

There seems to be fees for everything now-a-days, and when it comes to credit card processing, it doesn’t appear to be any different. In an all too familiar scenario, you know that taking credit cards

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On What Basis is a Merchant Account Classified to be High Risk?

You want a merchant account so you can accept credit cards. You’ve applied to several but keep getting denied. Throughout your journey, you’ve found out that you need a high-risk merchant account.

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How Do You Get Approved for a Merchant Account?

You’re on track to grow your business and you’re wanting to accept credit cards and debit cards. You know that people will pay up to 18% more money when they pay with a card than with cash. That means

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Got A New Cashier? These 30 Cashier Training Tips Will Help Get Them Off To A Great Start

Quality cashier training is an essential step in your business running smoothly. These cashier training tips will help you equip your staff to handle the day-to-day interactions with your paying

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