Credit & Debit Card Processing
We provide everything you need to process credit and debit cards.
From superior merchant services to state-of-the-art terminals and software. Our products have proven to be the industry leaders in technology and usability.
- Some of the lowest rates in the market place
- Same day on-site assistance
- Dependable customer service 24/7
- Supplies & Warranty Included
- Exceptional Rates for Mail Order/ Telephone Order Processing
- User Friendly E-Commerce Applications
FAQs about applying for a merchant account online
Frequently asked questions about their use and set-up
Merchant accounts are simple to use once they are set up, and applying for one can be easy with Merchant Lynx Services. Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the process.
Q. What is a merchant account?
A. A merchant account is a commercial bank account established by contractual agreement between your business and the financial institutions we represent. A merchant account enables your business to accept credit card payments from your customers.
Q. Do I need a merchant account?
A. You need a merchant account if you want to accept credit cards and increase your revenue. This is for retail, keyed and Internet transactions.
Q. How do I apply for a merchant account?
A. Please contact your local Merchant Lynx Services representative to find the type of merchant account you wish to apply for. 1-866-873-2200.
Q: What information will I need to provide for a merchant account application?
A: You will need to provide basic information about yourself or your business such as your business name, address, e-mail address, phone number and estimated charge volumes.
Q. Do I need to be a U.S. citizen?
A. Yes, the applicant needs to be a U.S. citizen with a U.S. Social Security number. Non U.S.-based businesses are also accepted but have a different application procedure and a different processing system.
Q. What is the discount rate?
A. The discount rate is the percentage of each sale that is collected by the bank. This is how the credit card processing industry makes its money.