cards transfer funds from customer's bank account to the business's
account. The customer gives the card and the business person enters the
amount of sale and runs the cards magnetic stripe through the terminal.
The customer verifies amount of sale by his/her PIN (Personal
Number), same as is used at an banking machine. The amount come out of
the customer's account immediately and are credited to the business's
usually at the end of the business day. The business and the customer
a record of the transaction.
cards are great form of payment and every business should welcome their
arrival, because they have so many advantages.
Reduces business's cost for handling cash.
All transactions are automatically recorded for both the customer and
Reduces risks of robbery, shortages, counterfeit.
Business have same-day credit.
Customers are not limited by amount of cash they are carrying, and that
can boost sales.
There's no risk (like with bad cheque or credit card), because funds
Rental fees for equipment (terminal and your electronic equipment)
Transaction fee, depending on the equipment you use.
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