With MTG you can process a credit or debit card transaction in just about any way imaginable. Whether it’s through a traditional dial-up terminal or an IPhone, we’ll make sure it’s the best and most economical way for you.
Smart Phone Terminals: If you normally take your business to your customer and have an iPhone, iPad or Android phone, we recommend processing with our eProcessing Network's ePN Mobile payment solution. Quickly and easily, ePN Mobile can turn any one of these smart devices into a fully functional credit card processing terminal. From swiping the credit card to emailing a receipt, ePN Mobile does it all. It even comes with an online portal to make manually entered transactions and reporting from your computer simple and seamless.
Dial-Up Terminals: If you normally have the credit card available to swipe and have regular analogue telephone service, there are lots of terminals to choose from. We recommend the Equinox T4210 and VeriFone Vx510 products. All have internal thermal printers, are very easty to operate, affordable and are availabe with an EMV chip reader to accomodate future card brand mandates.
Internet Terminals: If you normally have a credit card available to swipe and have digital or voice over Internet (VoIP) phone service, we recommend the Equinox T4220 terminal. It, too, is very easy to operate and equipped with an internal thermal printer and EMV chip reader capabilities. – all you’ll need is an Ethernet connection to your Internet service. The Ingenico i5100 sells for $299.
Virtual Terminals: If you normally don’t have a credit card available to swipe and like to use the Internet, we recommend a virtual terminal through Authorize.net or EprocessingNetwork. Both have excellent track records and nominal set-up, monthly and per transaction fees.
Telephone Terminals: If you normally don’t have a credit card available to swipe and you don’t process many transactions, we recommend that you process them over the phone through Dial Pay. The rates are the same as those hand keyed through a terminal – the transaction fee is just slightly higher. At $29, it’s a great way for someone to get set-up to process credit or debit card transactions for the first time and not spend much money doing it.