Electronic payment junkies and “Cash is King” buyers alike have strong feelings about how Covid-19 will affect the future of payments. There are undoubtedly some benefits of running a business with a paper money purchase option. You can enjoy things like immediate payments and zero worrying about a customer disputing a charge (resulting in a […]
You know that touching money is dirty, but touching it doesn’t make the average person want to wash their hands afterwards. That is, unless there is a very contagious viral infection spreading in your area. Hand sanitizer and soap can only protect us so much and even the bravest of consumers can’t help but wonder […]
If you’re a business owner looking to offset some of the costs of processing credit cards, you’re not alone. Credit card processing fees can be an expensive budgetary cost for businesses. That’s why many business owners have been looking into credit card surcharging. Surcharging customers’ credit cards is the process of passing along the processing […]
[arve url=”https://vimeo.com/301623786″ thumbnail=”3050″ title=”PayFrog Featured on Fox 21 News” duration=”3M” /] Joseph Gallucci, CEO of PayFrog, interviewed by Maria Parmigiani about PCI Compliance and the dangers of swiping chip cards. Thanks to our IT security partner, Rodney Gullatte of Firma IT Solutions, for spreading the news about keeping credit card data safe.
We’re One of the Good Guys In our years of experience in the payment processing industry, we’ve heard many horror stories from customers who have switched to us from abusive merchant account providers. These deceptive payment processors have lied and snuck in hidden long-term contracts. Also, they’ve stolen funds and even committed forgery against some […]
PayFrog’s Conception Picking a name for your company is a more difficult process than it sounds. It must abide by legal trademark standards, while still being distinguishable and catchy. It should give you an idea of what your business does, and a sense of pride when you hear it. After much thought, I chose the […]