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BluePay Blog

Check Payments at the Point of Purchase Declined 12% in Q1 2014

Posted on Feb 16, 2017
Writing paper checks at the cashier counter used to be the standard payment method for in-store purchases (second only to cash). Using these checks can be a bit inconvenient for those standing behind you in line, but we've all done it (or know folks who have).
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Topics: ACH/eCheck Payments

ACH Fraud: What Business Owners Need to Know

Posted on Feb 16, 2017
ACH payment processing refers to payments made through the Automated Clearing House (ACH), which is a federally regulated network of electronic transactions that allows banks to send money back and forth. Though advanced ACH security is heavily implemented by the National Automated Clearing House Association, ACH is no different than credit card processing when it comes to security risks and fraud. No matter what type of payment is being used, merchants and consumers must be aware of the risks involved. Read on to learn about ACH check payment processing and ACH fraud.
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Topics: ACH/eCheck Payments

Accepting ACH Payments Comes with Responsibilities

Posted on Feb 16, 2017
Automated Clearing House (ACH) is a government-regulated electronic network through which financial institutions can transmit funds back and forth. The process is similar to credit cards, except that senders and receivers use bank routing codes instead of traditional 16-digit credit card numbers.
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Topics: ACH/eCheck Payments

Welcome to the BluePay Blog!

Whether you're a small business, an enterprise corporation, a financial institution, or a software partner, we have created a series of blog posts to help you and your customers, learn more about the complex nature of payments. Take a look to learn how payments can help to simplify your business operation, and may even help to grow your revenue.

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