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20 Questions to Ask Before Committing to a Payment Processor

When researching online payment solutions for your business, you have a lot of options. It can be intimidating to begin reviewing features, fees, and services available to you, especially when you are new to the process.

The printable worksheet will help you compare up to three payment processors side-by-side. This is useful if you have a new online business or are researching alternatives to a payment processor you may already be working with.

Key factors to consider when selecting a payment processor include:

  • Funding – Understanding how and when you’ll get your money 
  • Processing Fees – Common fees and how to assess their impact on your business 
  • Security – How to protect your company and customers
  • eCommerce Platforms – The basic online shopping cart set up and payment

The printable worksheet will help you compare up to three payment processors side-by-side. This is useful if you have a new online business or are researching alternatives to a payment processor you may already be working with.

 

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