PayAnywhere Heats Up Mobile Merchants This Summer
As merchants hit the road for concerts, carnivals, festivals, and other outdoor events, PayAnywhere is ready to provide the ultimate mobile payment experience.
Designed to be the premiere mobile credit card processing solution, PayAnywhere was named a CTIA Emerging Technology Awards Finalist at the CTIA WIRELESS 2012 event in New Orleans, Louisiana. Recognized for being the credit card processing industry's only enterprise-grade, commitment-free, pay-as-you-go option for mobile merchants, PayAnywhere has been scoring high marks among critics and consumers alike.
Available for the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone and Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android platforms, as well as the BlackBerry from Research in Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM), PayAnywhere accepts Visa (NYSE: V), MasterCard (NYSE: MA), Discover (NYSE: DFS), and American Express (NYSE: AXP), as well as cash transactions. PayAnywhere is very dedicated to its customers, which is why the company is constantly expanding to meet the needs of mobile merchants everywhere.
Speaking of merchants who are everywhere, PayAnywhere recently announced that it is shipping its popular card reader device to retailers across the country, allowing merchants to get started quickly and accept payments wherever they are. The reader costs $9.95, but with a $10 rebate (which will be applied once the merchant has processed $150 in sales), PayAnywhere is basically giving the device away for free.
At 2.69% per swipe, PayAnywhere features the lowest transaction fees of any company within the mobile payments industry. Users can jump in and out of the service without having to worry about setup or cancellation fees. They won't incur monthly fees, and they don't have to worry about achieving a specific goal since PayAnywhere does not have a minimum processing dollar amount.
Look for the PayAnywhere card reader to appear in stores in the coming weeks.
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