EMB Rolls Out ACH Debit Solutions for Merchants
September 24, 2015 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) September 24, 2015 - eMerchantBroker.com (EMB) has expanded their merchant account-processing role into the ACH (Automatic Clearing House) debit field. EMB is the leader in the alternative payment processing industry in the United States, and the implementation of ACH debit will allow more vendors to take further control of their sales and accounts. While the implementation of ACH debit will not detract from EMB's other high risk processing options, it will allow for a new (and lower fee) payment processing solution for various types of companies.
ACH debit allows certain types of merchants to set up either one-time or reoccurring payments via the customer's checking account. This eliminates bank fees for the merchant and customer, as well as other fees and issues that typically come with checking account or debit payments. Currently, ACH debit payments are only offered to those with bill payment or monthly payment issues, such as daycares, educational institutions, utilities, medical offices, health clubs, wholesalers, not-for-profit organizations, and government entities.
Merchants love EMB's ACH debit payment service because of its flexible scheduling options and reliability. ACH debit is one of the most secure methods of withdrawing a payment without bank fees, and the smaller the bank fees, the more money the merchant and customer can keep in their pocket. The fast electronic transfer for funds (typically seven business days) is also a plus for merchants.
EMB has long been the number one choice for high risk merchants in the United States and Canada. Now, with the offering of ACH debit payments, more merchants can take advantage of EM's superior customer service and knowledge. Existing merchants can also partake in this new payment acceptance method, if they are in an industry that current allows it. Regardless if you have bad credit, no credit, or are just in a "high risk" industry, check out EMB for their processing options today.