Ascentium Capital Review
Founded in 2011, Ascentium Capital is a financing and leasing company that sells credit card terminal leases for poorly rated i3 Verticals subsidiaries.
Coastal Pay Review
Coastal Pay offers many services for businesses, including check processing, e-commerce and online payment solutions, and analytics.
TimePayment is an equipment lease financing company that offers leases for credit card terminals and point-of-sale equipment.
Paya is a registered ISO of BMO Harris N.A., Chicago Il., and it has several offices located throughout the United States and Canada.
Intuit Merchant Services Review
Intuit Merchant Services processes credit and debit cards for most business types. Their mobile options may work for in-store payments for small businesses.
Skrill is an online payment service for U.S. and European users that allows multi-currency payment processing and appears to provide merchant accounts.
Founded in 2008, WePay has been assimilated into the Chase Merchant Services brand and allows virtually any website to collect payments from its users via ACH bank transfers and credit cards.
SumUp is a European mobile credit card processing application that launched in mid-2012. It offers a phone app, a flat processing fee of 1.69% for all card types and transactions, and a 3G-powered card reader that is not data-cost-intensive.
Harbortouch is a merchant account provider based in Allentown, Pennsylvania. They claim to provide merchant accounts for over 120,000 businesses and process over $10 billion in credit card transactions annually.
Velocity, LLC Review
Velocity also offers marketing services alongside its e-commerce merchant accounts, but it is in fact a payment processor as well.