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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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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We are currently able to locate a handful of Flint mobile payment negative reviews at this time, few of which claim 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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Only one of the iZettle reviews we’ve found 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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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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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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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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