There are no negative Just Push Pay reviews to be found on any consumer protection websites, indicating that the mobile processing app is not a ripoff or a scam… Just Push Pay (justpushpay.com) rates as a reliable credit card processing app due to its transparent pricing and low complaint rate… Learn more in this Just Push Pay review.
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We have found thousands of negative Western Union reviews, most of which have been left by users who were scammed and ripped off through the service… Western Union (westernunion.com) is the oldest electronic bank transfer service in the United States and is a good option for users who need to make international or bank-free cash transfers… Learn more in this Western Union review.
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Venmo (venmo.com) is a free peer-to-peer cash transfer service owned by Braintree Payments. It allows users to send money to one another via linked bank accounts and only charges a 3% transaction fee on credit card payments… Venmo positive reviews praise the app’s ease of use, low cost, and its quick transfers… Venmo negative reviews cite potential security vulnerabilities and its social media integration… Learn more in this Venmo review.
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UPDATED: Apr 9, 2014 – This is a list of iPad point of sale providers. POS systems for iPad are gaining popularity as a replacement for traditional credit card processing equipment due to their mobility, versatility, and ease of use… Some of these iPad POS providers require business owners to sign up for merchant accounts through preferred processors, while others let merchants keep their current processors… Learn more in this iPad POS system article.
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Square (squareup.com) has announced the end of its $2,002 keyed-in processing limit. Merchants can now accept all transaction types and all amounts without facing a weekly limit. However, merchants may still experience Square fund holds… Learn more in this SquareUp news article.
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UPDATED: Feb 19, 2014 – Square Cash is a free peer-to-peer cash transfer service offered by Square. It sends payments via email and a linked debit card… Square Cash negative reviews cite the potential security hazards posed by the service’s use of personal email… Square Cash positive reviews praise its low cost, ease of use, and rapid payment delivery… Learn more in this Square Cash review.
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UPDATED: Feb 19, 2014 – Square Wallet is a mobile wallet app provided by Square. It can only be accepted by merchants who use the Square Register… Square Wallet negative reviews mention slow or disrupted service, a small number of businesses to choose from, and difficulty tipping… Square Wallet positive reviews praise the app’s price and the elimination of cash or card options… Learn more in this Square Wallet review.
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UPDATED: Apr 7, 2014 – Square Register is a point-of-sale app offered for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Square Register negative reviews mention hardware problems, software crashes, and the usual fund withholding and service issues encountered with Square… Square Register positive reviews praise the app’s simple layout, ease of use, and low cost… Learn more in this Square Register review.
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UPDATED: 11/18/2013 – PayPal vs. Square, find out which company provides better service, pricing, and features in this in-depth comparison. We’ve done the research and read hundreds of PayPal and SquareUp user reviews and have determined a winner. Don’t sign up without reading this!
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UPDATED: Feb 19, 2014 – We are currently able to locate two Flint negative reviews at this time, neither of which indicates that the company is a ripoff or a scam… Flint (flint.com) appears to be an innovative and reliable mobile processing option according to all available information. The service is still very new, so it’s possible that complaints will pop up as it continues to grow… Learn more in this Flint review.
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This is a list of ways to avoid Square fund holds. Square withholds funds in order to establish a reserve account. A Square reserve account is established as a fraud prevention measure… Learn more about how to prevent Square from holding funds in this article.
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Whether you’re an iPhone or Android user, you’ve probably heard about the increasingly popular mobile credit card processing apps that have made accepting credit card payments a reality for all. But, If you have a real business, you may be in for an unpleasant surprise. Not all credit card acceptance apps and card readers are created equal, and only few meet the needs of legitimate merchants. Find out which payments apps are best suited for real businesses in this article!
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UPDATED: Feb 4, 2014 – We are currently able to locate roughly 13 Phone Swipe negative reviews on this and other consumer protection websites, none of which accuse the service of being a ripoff or a scam… Due mostly to its affiliation with North American Bancard, Phone Swipe (phoneswipe.com) rates as an average merchant services provider according to our rating system… Learn more in this Phone Swipe review.
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UPDATED: Jan 31, 2014 – We are currently able to locate roughly 27 SalonSwipe complaints, some of which accuse the company of being a ripoff or a scam… SalonSwipe (salonswipe.com) rates as an average merchant account provider according to our standards. The company is showing a low-to-moderate amount of complaints for… Learn more in this SalonSwipe review.
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UPDATED: Feb 12, 2014 – We are currently unable to locate any Inner Fence negative reviews that accuse the company of being a scam or a ripoff… Overall, Inner Fence (innerfence.com) scores well in most of the important areas of merchant credit card acceptance. The service is best suited for established merchants that regularly… Learn more in this Inner Fence review.
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Now your Android phone can help you manage your business by offering the same mobile credit card processing options that iPhone users enjoy. The concept of processing credit card transactions with your mobile phone is not a new one, but the technology is getting continually better which makes it a much more feasible option for business owners. Learn more in this article.
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UPDATED: 10/29/2013 – It is becoming increasingly more common to accept credit cards via the iPhone and iPad. The ability to take mobile credit card payments via mobile credit card processing apps opens up many new business opportunities. Here is our list of the best credit card processing apps for the iPhone.
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UPDATED: Jan 31, 2014 – We are currently able to locate a total of six SumUp complaints, none of which allege that the company is a ripoff or a scam… According to all available information, SumUp rates as a worthy alternative to its mobile payment app competitors in Europe and the US… Learn more in this SumUp review.
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UPDATED: Jan 30, 2014 – SAIL, also known as “SAIL Pay” and “SAIL Payments,” was a mobile credit card processing application for use with smartphones, tablets and some dedicated countertop payment terminals. The service is now known as Spark Pay and… Learn more in this SAIL review.
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UPDATED: January 28, 2014 – We were unable to locate any mPowa reviews that label the service as a scam or ripoff. By all available indicators, mPowa (mpowa.com) rates as an exemplary payment processing option for both small and large businesses. The company tends to market its services to businesses with established merchant accounts, but it will soon be expanding its services for small merchants who wish to accept Chip & PIN payments via smartphone. Learn more in this mPowa review.
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UPDATED: Jan 28, 2014 – Only one of the iZettle reviews accuses the company of possibly being a scam or a ripoff. iZettle (izettle.com) rates as a reliable merchant account provider according to our system. The company offers a progressive, transparent rate scale and hassle-free contract terms that are more competitive than those offered by its more established competitors. However, some online complaints indicate that iZettle’s customer support is not especially responsive or helpful. Learn more in this iZettle review.
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UPDATED: Mar 27, 2014 – At this time, we are able to locate only two SalesVu negative reviews, neither of which accuses the company of being a scam or a ripoff… SalesVu (salesvu.com) rates as a reliable payment processing service according to our standards… Learn more in this SalesVu review.
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UPDATED: Jan 19, 2014 – There are no Charge Anywhere reviews that accuse the company of scamming its customers… It’s important to understand that Charge Anywhere (chargeanywhere.com) only supplies a smartphone app that makes accepting mobile payments possible on Android, iPhone and some Blackberry devices. The company does not actually… Learn more in this Charge Anywhere review.
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UPDATED: Jan 15, 2014 – There are only two negative AppNinjas reviews online, both of which can be found in the comment section of this review. They do not accuse the company of being a scam… AppNinjas’ (appninjas.com) pricing shares more similarities with a traditional merchant account than it does with competitors like GoPayment and Square… Learn more in this AppNinjas review.
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UPDATED: Jan 13, 2014 – The amount of ProPay negative reviews on various consumer protection forums is lower than expected, although some of these complaints accuse the company of being a ripoff or a scam… ProPay’s (propay.com) similarities with a traditional merchant account include the ability to swipe credit cards at the point of sale, which can result in a lower processing fee, as well as… Learn more in this ProPay review.
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