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    ROXYANNA
    Credit card processing - help! - who is cheapest???
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    • 29th May 09, 12:02 PM
    Credit card processing - help! - who is cheapest??? 29th May 09 at 12:02 PM
    Hi everyone

    I have recently set up a small cafe where we sell gifts as well, we have been looking into getting a credit card machine but as this is the first time we have done it we are not sure how it all works.

    I have spoken to my bank and they have given me some prices but the set up fee is 250 and then there is monthly service charges, transaction charges and rental for the machine on top, at this rate we cannot afford it which is going to cause huge problems!

    Does anyone know if i have to use the same bank account for this as my business, i've heard on the grapevine that you can go to other banks and leave your business bank account seperate?? if so who is the cheapest to go with?

    Any advice would be appreciated, and the sooner the better!

    Thanks all.

    Roxyanna
    :confused:
    Last edited by ROXYANNA; 29-05-2009 at 12:50 PM. Reason: No-one is replying :-(
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