Understanding ACH (Automated Clearing House)

When you are starting your business there are a myriad of things to think about.  One of the most important issues is how you will generate enough revenue to make a profit and for the first few years, even survive.  Assuming you have a solid marketing plan in place to bring buyers to your online store or store front premises, how do you get the customer to purchase your products or services once they are there?

The ease of purchase should be high on your list in convincing customers to buy.  Your ability to accept credit cards (whether physically or online), checks and cash are all crucial to your success.  With the exception of cash, a full service merchant service provider can help you to accept virtually any kind of payment from your customer.

AVP Solutions is one such provider with over 25 years experience in setting up business merchant accounts for big or small companies.  AVP will set up your merchant account in less than 24 hours so that you can focus on selling your product instead of worrying about payment.

The ability to accept checks, physical credit cards or online credit card payment is centered around ACH.  You may ask yourself; what is ACH?  Automated Clearing House works in conjunction with the Federal Reserve to authorize payments made by the consumer.  It is a private, secure electronic payment transfer system through the many financial institutions that are connected through the Federal Reserve.

AVP Solutions offers a full range of merchant account services including the ability to accept payments by:

  1. credit card
  2. e-checks
  3. wireless processing
  4. internet, mobile and web based payments
  5. kiosks

AVP Solutions offers customer service support 24 hours a day by toll free telephone or access to an individual business web site.  Financial consultants are also available to attend your place of business and are experienced in setting up the right merchant account for you.

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