National Bankcard Overview
National Bankcard is a merchant account provider that resells the products and services of iPayment. National Bankcard should not be confused with National Bankcard Systems, an unrelated credit card processor based in Austin, Texas. National Bankcard claims to have recently received recognition as a “top” or “best” processor from outlets like TopTenReviews, CreditCardProcessing.net, and TopCreditCardProcessors.com, but it’s unclear how exactly these sites determine their rankings.
National Bankcard’s products and services include NFC- and EMV-compatible credit card terminals, mobile phone payment processing, tablet-based point-of-sale systems, an online payment gateway, a virtual terminal, shopping cart integration, recurring billing, QuickBooks integration, gift and loyalty programs, and merchant cash advance. Its specialty industries include retail, restaurant, lodging, health and fitness, home repair, transportation, beauty professionals, organizations, professional services, and petroleum. The company offers a 24/7 phone number, but this line may be dedicated strictly to sales. It does not offer an email address on its website. Jonathan Monge is the CEO of National Bankcard.
At a glance
Location: Melville, New York
Acquiring bank: Wells Fargo Bank
Phone number: 866-224-6290
Online reputation and reviews
Despite its affiliation with iPayment, National Bankcard is the subject of only a couple dozen negative reviews across all consumer protection websites. The available complaints are scattered in the issues they mention, which range from fund holds to poor customer service to billing errors. The company’s low complaint total may be largely attributable to its prominently advertised “no cancellation fee” policy, which, again, is atypical of an iPayment reseller.
Legal actions and lawsuits
There are no outstanding or recently resolved legal actions related to National Bankcard at this time.
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