First Card Payments – Debt Relief Merchant Accounts
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Approval for High-Risk Debt Relief Merchant Accounts
Debt consolidation companies often face huge difficulties when attempting to apply for a merchant account. Countless merchant service providers will immediately deny debt consolidation companies from opening a merchant account.
Merchant Account Pricing for Debt Relief Companies
Just because the debt relief industry is considered high risk doesn’t mean you should pay higher fees for merchant services. Merchant fees are often marked up way more than necessary, so First Card Payments works with banks and ISOs to make sure those fees are lowered for our clients as much as possible.
Why First Card Payments Is the Top Choice for Debt Relief Merchant Accounts
- No fees for the application or setup
- No early termination or cancellation fees since FCP offers month-to-month agreements
- Most of the time, our experts can knock off 25% of marked up merchant fees
- Account approvals and savings are possible due to the relationships we have cultivated with over 30 banks and ISOs
- Solutions regardless of the issue, from high chargeback rates or bad credit to card-not-present (CNP) transactions and more
Debt Relief Merchant Account Consultation Services
Our expertise is what sets us apart. Not only do our relationships with owners, presidents, and CEOs of various banks and ISOs give us leverage to negotiate better terms for our clients, but our chargeback prevention tips and additional merchant consultation services are beneficial for your debt relief business.
Our merchant services experts can mitigate merchant processing caps to allow you to grow your business. We also offer a backup debt relief merchant account as an added layer of protection in the event that the primary account is terminated for any reason.
Applying for a Debt Relief Merchant Account
As a high-risk category, debt relief companies need to have realistic expectations regarding the application for a merchant account. Apart from the fact that applying for a high-risk merchant is difficult to get approval for, it also means having to pay more than more traditional, low-risk merchant accounts. High-risk merchants usually have higher processing fees, higher account fees, early termination fees, and so on.
Fortunately, there are plenty of high-risk merchant service providers like First Card Payments that have higher account approval rates and can help your debt relief business establish its payment processing. With the right tools, knowledge, and experience, the experts at First Card Payments will help you deal with the hassle of getting approval and lowering fees.
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Debt Relief Merchant Account Application Requirements
The easiest way to apply for a debt relief merchant account is through a merchant account provider; however, you just cannot go to just any merchant account provider. Instead, go for a provider who specializes in high-risk industries.
The application for a debt relief merchant account can be found online. In addition to the application, you need to submit the following documents and credentials for underwriters and processors to review:
- A valid, government-issued ID such as a driver’s license
- At least 3 months of the most recent bank statements
- At least 3 months of the most recent processing statements (if applicable)
- A pre-printed voided check or a bank letter
- Social Security Number (SSN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN)
- Business website with clearly stated and visible terms and conditions and refund policies
Credit card processors and underwriters will assess the credibility of the business. As well as the level of risk by looking into 3 major factors: the merchant’s credit score, credit card processing history and charge back rate, and bank statements.
Tips for Debt Relief Merchant Account Approval
- Settle outstanding bills and debts
- Accumulate a substantial amount of money in the bank
- If you have bad credit, consider recruiting a business associate with an outstanding credit history apply for your debt relief merchant account
The fact that the debt relief market is considered high-risk isn’t necessarily because of the business owners themselves. As long as you adhere to best practices, ensure you are following the appropriate regulations, and choose a reliable payment processing partner such a First Card Payments, the chances for approval increase.
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