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Online Payment: Accept Payment Through Your Website!

02nd May 2012
Accepting payment online is an absolute must to people who transact business online. As an online marketer, if you cannot process orders online, you lose a lot of money in lost sales. But if you can accept credit cards, you increase your sales in your onl... Read >
Author: Charles Kiyimba

Do I need a Dealer's License to bid at a Salvage auction?

27th March 2011
When insurance companies consider a vehicle to be a total loss, a salvage title is awarded and the vehicle is essentially junked. Not all salvage title vehicles are badly damaged and for those that are, parts can be recovered from them that can be quite v... Read >
Author: Chris C Drucker

Airlines need innovative service delivery models: Time to adopt a fully managed and outsourced passe

03rd September 2009
A core process for the airline industry is Passenger Revenue Accounting (PRA), which involves accounting for and calculating the yield on each ticket sold. To speed the process, which can be very manual, and reduce costs, it is critical to incorporate the... Read >
Author: Outsourcing Insights from WNS

Accepting payments on the World Wide Web?

19th July 2009
If one is doing business on the Internet, accepting payment through the website is an absolute must. If one is not processing orders online, one is losing a great deal of money in lost sales. Studies have shown, one can increase the online sales by up to ... Read >
Author: Daniel Dare

How to Get Credit Card Processing

22nd June 2009
Does your company need credit card processing? It does if you can benefit from the following: Credit Card Processing Enhances Your Professional Status. When customers know that you accept credit payments, they often are more likely to pay more, return... Read >
Author: Kevin Sarisky

Most Credit Card Companies Charge Foreign Transaction Fees

03rd April 2009
Nearly every major U.S. credit card company, except possibly one, will charge a two to three percent foreign transaction fee, if your credit card is used internationally. Not until recent years, many credit card companies did not clearly explain these... Read >
Author: Alisdair Cosgrove
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