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To get a Merchant Account, you must have and/or be able to provide at least the following: *Depending on regional legislation and requirements, you might need more than one business [&hellip
If you want to do it right – yes. It’s almost like asking "Do I need a business license?" or "Do I need to pay taxes?" You might get away [&hellip
The Terminated Merchant or MATCH (Member Alert to Control High-Risk) file is used by MasterCard and Visa processing banks (the acquiring banks) to keep tabs on merchants and/or principals who [&hellip
High-Risk and Unacceptable Merchants are business, services and products that have a history or very high propensity of a high chargeback ratio based on historical and/or statistical data collected by the payment industry
A Merchant Account is a business bank account that allows you to accept payments from a credit card. It is an agreement between a merchant (you), an acquiring bank (the [&hellip
Technically, there are 4 major requirements: 1) An Internet Merchant Account 2) An online Payment Gateway (authorize.net, PayPal PayFlow Pro) 3) An E-Commerce enabled website: including Shopping Cart & Checkout [&hellip