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ACH Check Service
Check Processing Services via WonderPay
ACH Check Transactions (click for features)
WonderPay ACH Checks provides a payment solution that enables online and traditional merchants to accept and process electronic check payments directly from their Web site's storefront or through the WonderPay Virtual Terminal. By accepting electronic checks, merchants are able to expand the payment options available to their customers and potentially increase their sales.
Check Guarantee (click for features)
Check Guarantee is the most commonly used check service allowing the merchant to “insure” the face value of the check and protecting the merchant against checks written on non-sufficient funds (NSF). Merchants obtain electronic approval or voice authorization for the transaction and then deposit the checks. Checks that do not clear can be submitted for reimbursement.
Electronic Check Conversion (click for features)
Check Conversion you can convert your customer's paper check into an electronic ACH transaction and process it using the same gateway process you use for all of your other electronic payments. Just scan the paper check through a check reader at the retail Point of Sale. Once the check has been converted, it is electronically processed just has if you entered it in directly via the Virtual Terminal. The original check is voided and handed back to the customer --- no paper processing is required!
Card Present Virtual Terminal (click for features)
Now you can process retail POS transactions and take advantage of reduced card present merchant account transaction fees using our Virtual POS (VPOS) and an inexpensive credit card swipe reader attached to your PC. No software installation is required, and no dedicated credit card terminal needs to be installed.
Debit Transactions (click for features)
Debit is an electronic payment method that allows cardholders to access funds from their bank account at the point of sale using a debit card and a Personal Identification Number (PIN). The cardholder must enter a PIN to authorize payment of goods, and once the transaction is authorized, the money is debited from the cardholder's bank account and credited to the merchant.