Retail Council of Canada (RCC) has renewed its agreement with Chase Paymentech, a merchant acquirer and payment processor, to be the preferred provider of payment processing solutions to RCC’s membership of more than 45,000 store fronts across Canada. RCC members can access new preferred credit and debit card processing rates, emerging products and industry expertise from Chase Paymentech.
“Chase Paymentech has worked with RCC for close to a decade and understands the specific requirements of retailers, from major companies to independent storefronts,” said Sam Jawad, president, Chase Paymentech Canada. “We are happy to continue working with RCC to deliver relevant payment options that can help drive new retail business and reduce overall payment processing costs.”
Some of the advantages for RCC members processing with Chase Paymentech include:
- Preferred and exclusive Interac, Visa and MasterCard rates.
- Consultation with a Chase Paymentech merchant services provider that understands unique retail-specific payment needs.
- Simplified payments with one provider and one statement for Visa, MasterCard and Interac transactions.
- Secure, innovative technology to help process payments – from countertop and mobile point-of-sale (POS) solutions, to robust e-commerce capabilities and gift card programmes.
- Convenience of depositing credit card transactions directly to merchant’s bank of choice with no additional fee charged by Chase Paymentech.
- Visibility into cash flow with powerful, web-based reporting that is included in the monthly programme fee.
- Bilingual 24/7 customer support.
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