Depending on which merchant services processor you bank with, you are charged up to 3%—or more!—per transaction, when your customers pay with a credit card. On a $50 purchase, this means that they are taking up to $1.50. This may not seem like much, but if you process even $20,000 in credit card sales per year through your point of sale terminal (POS), you are paying $400 to $600.
Interac, on the other hand, only charges a flat fee of around 7 cents per chip-and-pin transaction. Assuming an average transaction of $50 and total yearly sales of $20,000, you would only be paying $28.
Sound better? We thought so too.
To encourage your customers to pay by cash or Interac, you can fill out this online order form for free Interac/CFIB co-branded bill-folds, counter-signs or decals (see below), or you can access free printable signs:
- Would you consider paying by cash or Interac?
- Would you consider paying by cash?
- Would you consider paying by Interac?