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Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Got questions about payment processing? Or how long until you get paid? Or why you should consider 247Payments.com as your payment processor?

No matter what your industry, the following FAQs and answers provide the insights and tips you need to give your small business that extra edge.

Typically 2 business days, however there is a lot of variation here. Chances are, if you’re a small business with only one location and a terminal, the process will be a bit quicker. If you’re a larger business with lots of locations and terminals, your ramp-up time may take longer. Also, you may be able to set up payment processing more quickly if you choose a mobile processing application versus a traditional countertop point-of-sale system.

It takes about 24-48 hours. When a credit card transaction is completed, the funds are stored in your merchant account.
However, the funds ultimately have to be settled in your business bank account. The industry standard for transferring funds to your
bank is 24-48 hours. It takes about 24-48 hours. When a credit card transaction is completed, the funds are stored in your merchant
account. However, the funds ultimately have to be settled in your business bank account.
The industry standard for transferring funds to your bank is 24-48 hours.

Yes. Dealing with payment questions and problems is urgent. Dealing with different people in each situation can be overwhelming, especially in the times you need help the most. Having dedicated support gives you a chance to get to know them and vice versa. You’ll be able to conduct business faster and get the answers/solutions you need.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

No, you will be locked in. Credit card processing companies usually charge fees based on your sales volume. The more sales you do, the more your rates may increase, with some providers.

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