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Old 01-08-2012, 07:49 PM   #1
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Need Credit Card processing capability?

Howdy TacomaWorld!

Not trying to Spam this forum, but with the amount of individuals out there selling one off mods or custom Tacoma gear, I thought our app might apply to this audience.

I wanted to let you know about Credit Card Terminal. If your business is losing profit due to high credit card fees or perhaps doesn't even accept credit cards - our app could be right up your alley? Itís a quick and easy way to take credit cards on the go. Our App works across multiple platforms (Mac based, Windows, or Android).

You may have seen us featured on the iPhone "Office" commercial:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=819bjev4L2Y

Hereís a special URL to sign-up. Iíll get credit for it, and youíll get a free credit card reader accessory.

Even if your business has credit card processing capability, it might be worth checking out our competitive rates!

Thanks!
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Old 01-08-2012, 09:14 PM   #2
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Thats pretty damn cool, no lie.
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Old 01-08-2012, 09:25 PM   #4
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better than square?
I was about to ask that.
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I was about to ask that.
Thanks for the support TW! There are a number of readers out there (some we now manage and own through acquisition). Anyway, in regards to square...the idea behind the two products is the same.

I think the target audience is the main differentiator. Square is targetting your everyday, average person and allowing them to accept credit cards as a form of payment. For example, your friend owes you $75 for a sporting event...mid tailgate your break out Square and ring them up! The Innerfence Credit Card Terminal is focused more on the business owner that processes several thousand $$$ per month. The break-even point between the two applications is a little more than $2000, if you or your business is doing that kind of volume, CCT might save you money in credit card fees.

Another interesting point that some don't realize with Square is that they will pay the individual up to $1000/month, then hold anything greater than that for 30 days. Square is making money off of the interest free loan you just gave them. If you are an offroad shop and just swiped a transaction for $10,000, you won't see that other $9000 for another month. If you are a business that needs credit to survive, then Square is hurting you because you don't have access immidiate access to your cash.

Thanks for your questions!
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Another interesting point that some don't realize with Square is that they will pay the individual up to $1000/month, then hold anything greater than that for 30 days. If you are a business that needs credit to survive, then Square is hurting you because you don't have access immidiate access to your cash.
Wow...didn't know that...that's crazy!
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