Protect your profit margin by offsetting the cost of accepting credit cards.

HOW SURCHARGING WORKS

0% Cost for Accepting Credit Cards

When a customer chooses a credit card, they also cover the fee. At the time of purchase we inform the customer of the fee amount and always give them the option to pay with a no-fee method. You receive 100% of the amount of your sale.

Low 1.5% Cost for Accepting Debit Cards

When a customer chooses to pay with a debit card they don’t pay a fee, and you only pay 1.5% of the cost for debit card acceptance.

100% Compliant

Your customers always have no-fee payment options. We also automatically detect when a debit card is entered and avoid charging the customer a fee. Both of these keep you compliant with the surcharging rules.

Reward customers paying with cash, and recoup acceptance fees from credit card companies — all in one solution.

Benefits of Surcharging and Cash Discounting

Cash discounting and surcharging is as easy and seamless for your business as it is for your customers.

SAVE
THOUSANDS

Recoup the cost of credit card usage from your customers to save your business thousands over the course of a year.

STAY
COMPETITIVE

Allow customers to choose their favorite way to pay, and reward customers for choosing payment options like cash, debit, gift cards, and more.

NEXT DAY
DEPOSIT

Never wait long for your money! Receive sales and surcharge revenue the next day.

SEAMLESS AND
STREAMLINED

Automatically apply a surcharge during the checkout process and exclude the fee when customers use a favorable payment type.

ALWAYS REMAIN
COMPLIANT

Know your surcharge program is compliant with card brand rules, and state and federal regulations.

REPORT ON
REVENUE

See high level details of your surcharging and cash discounting activity on your merchant statement.

Interested in seeing how surcharging and cash discounting can improve the bottom line of your business?

The Credit Card Surcharging Process

1. A customer enters their credit card into your POS terminal and confirms the sales amount.

2. The customer will see a surcharge fee (as a percent) added to their total, which will also be noted on their receipt.

3. Funds from the sale are deposited into the business’ account the next day.

4. All surcharge revenue will be shown on your merchant statement.

SCHEDULE A DEMO

Unsure if your business is ready for cash discounting or surcharging? Allow us to show you the benefits and how easy it is to implement and start saving thousands.