QuickPay Merchant Services Now Offers ROAMpay Swiper
City of Industry, CA – September 1, 2010
As the processing industry continues to grow, it is important to have the most advanced product and service offerings for merchants that are processing payments electronically. In a recent partnership with ROAM Data, QuickPay Merchant Services will now offer new and current clients the ROAMpay credit card swiper for smart phones. "In an effort to help mobile based clients that are always on the go, we felt that it was important to add an affordable device like this to our product line up," explains Geoffrey Lau, V.P. of Sales for QuickPay. "Because we feel that this product is superb among other devices, we are offering a free device to new clients that want to try this out."
The ROAMpay device allows merchants who use smart phones to process credit cards wirelessly safely. This swiper is compatible with phones like, but not the iPhone, Blackberry, and Droid and also be used with the new Apple iPad. Merchants will have all the same functions as using a traditional credit card terminal but just will have the ability to accept payments in remote locations. The real-time authorization allows for fast and easy processing and will allow merchants to email their customers receipts immediately. Merchants will also be able to check transaction history and reports on the smart phone or online so they know exactly how much they have been processing in a given time period.
For more information on the ROAMpay devices, please visit www.quickpay-usa.com/Product-Solutions/Wireless-Solution
To learn more about QuickPay Merchant Services, please visit www.quickpay-usa.com.
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