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Old 09-03-2014, 09:53 PM   #1
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What credit card processors are you guys using?
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The problem with my casio gz1 commando 4g phone is no credit card readers will plug into it. I can scan the card which works most of the time. Of course you pay less money when you swipe the card.

Used mainly for ice dam steaming, most customers want to put that on plastic. Taking credit cards greatly increased my ice dam business and found a lot of customers willing to have us steam past the 2 hour $800 minimal if it's going on plastic.
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