Accepting Credit Cards


Additionally, a report published in April 2014 by the Federal Reserve identified that in 2012, debit cards accounted for 38 percent of all non-cash payments, credit cards accounted for 21 percent of total non-cash payments. The convenience of using credit and debit cards means customers are more likely to make purchases with them.


Setting up a Merchant Account to Easily Accept Payments


A merchant account allows a business to accept credit cards, debit cards, gift cards and other types of electronic payment. Before a business can begin accepting credit cards, applying for a merchant account and accepting the merchant processing terms are required. Once these steps are completed, your business will be able to accept credit cards in a variety of different ways:


  • Mobile credit card processing

  • Online payment processing

  • Point-of-Sale (POS) payments

  • Recurring payments

  • Managed billing

  • Customer profile management

Merchant Nation Association has provided business owners with the support and trust they need for close to three decades. In that time, Merchant Nation Association has developed a variety of different products to help owners continue to move their businesses forward.



Setting up a Merchant Account to Easily Accept Payments


MNA offers multiple options so businesses can select exactly the type of payment processing solution needed:


  • MNA Mobile Checkout: For easy customer checkout using your smartphone or tablet

  • iTerminal: All you need is a laptop, Internet connection, Web browser and card reader to accept credit cards at the point of sale.

  • Wireless Terminals: The perfect solution to take point-of-sale to your customers.

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