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How to Start Accepting Mobile Payments for Your Business in 3 Easy Steps

Updated: Jan 7

Having the ability to accept credit and debit card payments has never been easier (especially if you’re a traveling vendor)! It’s no longer a slow, complicated process but instead it only takes 3 simple steps to get you up and running with a mobile payment option. If you have been waiting for the right time to find a portable payment solution for your business- this is it!

3 Steps to Accepting Mobile Payments

Farmer’s market merchant, direct sales consultant, food truck owner, or whatever the venture might be, these 3 easy steps are all you need to begin accepting mobile payments from your soon-to-be customers…

1. Find a payment processor: if you don’t already have one, you’ll need to find a good payment processor! This is the most important and significant step- not just because it’s literally necessary but because there are tons of features when it comes to mobile payments; this includes things like text to pay, invoicing, multiple device support options, and so on. Not all processors are the same but a good payment processor, such as Align eCommerce, will make sure your business gets exactly what it needs out of its mobile payments set-up plan.

2. Go through the application process: once you’ve discussed your options with your processor, you’ll need to go through their application procedure. Usually this is a pretty easy process where basics like business details, owner information, and banking information are typically asked for.

3. Start processing payments: connect or sync your device with whatever payments solution you’ve chosen (apps, card readers, QR codes, etc.). Once linked up to everything you should be ready to start accepting credit and debit card payments instantly.

It’s that simple- which means a quality payment processor matters. At Align eeommerce we care about your business and its individual needs. Give us a call and we’ll handle the rest!

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