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More than Auto Repair: Make it Easier to Get Paid for Services

In this episode, Vic and Doug discuss new technology in the credit card processing industry and how it affects shop owners with Steve Ciabottoni from 360 Payments.

Listen: Simplifying Credit Card Processing [Audio]

In this episode of What’s Treading with Tire Review, we speak with 360 Payments about how it’s looking to help shop owners and what to look for in a credit card processing company.

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Business Finance Guide for Tire Dealers: 5 Ways to Lower Your Credit Card Processing Fees

Accepting credit cards is a priority for most tire dealers, but it doesn’t have to come at a price. Find out how you can get lower credit card processing fees, and in turn, save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars this coming year.

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Tire Shop Profit Centers: 12 Add-Ons to Bring in More Revenue

Find riches in niches – areas of specialization to help your business grow – by adding some unique potential profit centers.

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How Do Credit Card Processors Make Profit Off of You?

Tire Dealer Processing, a credit card processing company that specializes in tire dealers, has released a new video that explains how credit card processing companies make money off of what you sell and how you can save money in the process.

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Epicor Payment Exchange Now Available

Epicor Software Corp. announced that the Epicor Payment Exchange credit card processing solution can now be integrated with Epicor Vision distribution management software for the automotive aftermarket. The solution also is available for users of Epicor Eagle for the Aftermarket software. The Epicor Payment Exchange solution is a secure service that helps aftermarket parts distributors, jobbers

Preparing for Chip Cards and the EMV Switch

Gone are the days of credit card swipes being the common form of retail transactions. A credit card with a small computer chip called an “EMV” will begin its takeover Oct. 1, 2015, which also marks the shift in fraud liability on credit card charges. After years of success in Europe, the EMV cards are