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Re: Credit card processing vendors, recomendations.
Thanks for all the suggestions so far.
Echo-inc.com (1-800-262-3246) seems real good so far, as soon as I get moved I
may have to sign up. I hadn't even thought about debit cards, but echo
accepts them also, and their discount rates are reasonable, $100 set up fee
and $20 per month, not too bad.
They also have check services, need to read more on that, but it sounds
And plenty of my customers do write checks at shows (so far no bounces, knock
They seem to have more services than many of the others I have looked at, and
their prices are competitive.
Kara what do I have to do to get you the referal money if I decide to use
It sounds like a cell phone w/adapter and a laptop would be ideal if I can get
This is kind of what I was thinking, anyway.
Also I will have to look into Sprint.
I currently have Verizon Wireless and they suck.
My friend has Sprint and had just as good or better coverage than I do down
I think Sprint was just was more truthful in their coverage maps, although I
jsut talked to Verizon last week and they said that for a lot more money
(close to $70 for 400 anytime IIRC) that they could get me on a network that
would actually work down here. What a rip.
The only reason I went with verizon was that I was working in Chicago at the
time I got the phone and Verizon looked like they had the best coverage. I
specifically told them I needed the phone for Southern Illinois, but was
using/buying it up North for a while. They supposedly sold me plan that
would work for me.
Now they tell me they sold me the wrong plan, but can fix things for lots of
NO, I can't hear you now.
Sorry for the Rant.
Thanks for the help,
Littlegrassy.com Soy Candles, Bath and Body Works
Matt Wehland email@example.com
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