|Sales & Marketing|
|Costs & Contract|
|Complaints & Service|
Electronic Payment Exchange (epx.com) is an international merchant account provider that serves a wide range of business types. Launched in 1979, the company also operates under the name of Phoenix Payment Systems. Electronic Payment Exchange is headquartered at 1201 N. Market Street, Suite 701, Wilmington, Delaware 19801 and is branded as “a North American Bancard company.” This likely means that the company resells the services of North American Bancard. Nancy Reilly is listed as the CFO of Electronic Payment Exchange.
|EPX Products and Services||Industries Served|
|Key Points – Sales & Marketing|
|Uses independent resellers?||No|
|Promotes deceptive rate quotes?||No|
|Discloses all important terms?||No|
Electronic Payment Exchange appears to market itself through an in-house sales team and various partnerships. There is no indication that the company employs independent agents at this time, and we are currently unable to locate any negative Electronic Payment Exchange reviews that accuse the company’s sales team of unethical tactics. The company also does not appear to engage in deceptive advertising strategies in its official materials. Although the company is apparently owned by North American Bancard, we will score it independently of its parent company and award it an “A” in this category.
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|Key Points – Costs & Contract Terms|
|PCI compliance fee:||Variable|
There is very little information available at this time about the standard Electronic Payment Exchange contract. The company markets itself as an all-in-one direct processor, which would mean that it does not resell the services of a larger credit card processor. However, it is also a subsidiary of North American Bancard, which suggests that it probably resells North American Bancard contracts. At this time, there are no complaints that specifically mention unfavorable contract terms offered by the company, and the company’s exact terms are unclear. If you have any knowledge of the standard Electronic Payment Exchange merchant agreement, please share that information in the comment section of this review.
|Key Points – Complaints & Service|
|Live customer support:||Yes|
|Most common complaint:||N/A|
As of this update, we are unable to locate any Electronic Payment Exchange complaints that accuse the company of being a scam or a ripoff. In fact, there appear to be zero negative reviews of Electronic Payment Exchange across all consumer protection websites. This indicates that the company employs a helpful, available customer support team that resolves issues before they are taken to public forums. The Electronic Payment Exchange website lists a dedicated phone support number for merchant support.
|Key Points – BBB Report|
Electronic Payment Exchange is not an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau. As of this review, the company holds an “A+” rating with the BBB and has zero reported complaints within the last 36 months. The company has also received zero informal reviews on its BBB profile, but it is worth noting that these reviews are not subject to verification by the BBB. Given the company’s spotless complaint record, we agree with the BBB’s rating in this case.
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This review was originally published on 2/5/13 and was last updated on 4/9/15.
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