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Phillip Parker

Phillip Parker is a former merchant services agent turned small business advocate and the author of "Fee Sweep," which teaches merchants how to dramatically lower their processing rates, eliminate junk fees, and avoid fine-print scams. He founded CardPaymentOptions.com to help merchants enact positive change in the credit card processing industry.


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  1. Roberta

    Higher rates than competitors prompted me to contact Redstone. They reduced my rates but not enough to make a difference. Then I received a letter telling me my rates would be going up and if I disagreed that I could terminate their service contract. I got what I hope is a better company but Redstone won’t let go. Rude, aggressive acct manager has called me several times because I let them charge me the minimum of $40. Now they have charged my acct $700 for acct closure. This is a low class company with low class tactics.

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  2. Matt

    This Company is to be avoided- as customers for several loyal years- they use every means
    to try and hold back payments for monthes and tie up your money of which you have no
    recourse – you will be imprisoned -

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  3. The Blind Guy

    An absolute rip off. Do not do business with these guys seemed very helpful at first but once I told them I was going somewhere else for my processing they billed me $495 for cancellation fees I had not received any equipment nor had I processed even 1 transaction. I told them not to send me any equipment they did anyway (which I refused) to try to justify the cancellation fees.

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  4. Amos' BBQ

    Redstone got me for $4300 dollars. I don’t know if I’ll be able to recoup it or not as it just happened yesterday

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  5. Rich

    Redstone Payment solutions is quite the scam. Our original contract was with Woodforest whom Redstone acquired. When the switch took place our business account was a nighmare. Deposits werent matching, debit cards werent being credited. If you call them, they say they will look into it and call you back. They never call back. We were losing hundreds of dollars every month. We finally switched companies only to find out that Redstone had deducted 4995.00 out of our bank account as a termination fee. We never signed a contract with Redstone. Woodforest said their termination fee was $495.00. These people need to be looked in to.

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  6. Joe Mullinax

    I signed up with Red Stone in January of 2010. I must say I have switched merchants before but this was the smoothest, easiest , convenient and pleasant experience I have had. The agent was punctual, professional, she did not try to sell me new equipment I did not need but saved me 1500 $$ a year. I stayed with this company in spite of other merchants wanting my business because I had NO problems and if I had a question I called my agent and she always returned my phone call promptly. I would recommend Redstone for any new or existing business needing these services.

    A Satisfied Customer

    Joe Mullinax

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  7. Debbie Davis

    Our RV dealership had signed on with Redstone Payment Solutions of Houston, Texas for our credit card processing in April of 2009 for a three year contract which ended in April 2012. In August 2012 our business had decided to change our credit card processing to another company whose fees and cost of doing business with were less than those of Redstone’s. The new credit card processing company would reimburse us for the usual and customary termination fee of up to $295. On November 9, 2012, our accountant was reconciling our monthly business for September and found that the amount of $3365.00 had been withdrawn from our account by Redstone Payment Solutions. The last credit card transaction through Redstone was on August 28, 2012. I contacted Redstone Payment Solutions and initially spoke with Sarah Feurguson who referred me to a man by the name of Jason, who is in charge of determining termination fees. Jason indicated to me that our account automatically renewed for an additional 3 years. There was no indication that an automatic renewal was pending as of April 2012 in any statements from December 2011 through April 2012, only that there were new upcoming fees that would be implemented soon. Evidently it is not a business practice of Redstone Payment Solutions to advise their customers of additional 3 year contract renewal. In talking to Sekurecard Services, in their credit card process experience they have never seen such extremely excessive termination fees slammed on a business for “liquidated damages” or a contract renewal without advance notification. Good Times Unlimited requests a settlement to address the formal complaints with a return of funds to our account in the amount of $3070 resulting in a termination fee paid to Redstone Payment Solutions of $295.

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