Merchant Account Reconciliation

By: Chargeback Gurus  02/09/2016
Keywords: Payment Processing, Merchant Account Reconciliation

Many businesses choose to have multiple merchant accounts rather than one merchant account if they have different business divisions or products. The reason behind having multiple merchant accounts is to track their sales by division and determine their ROI by department or product. Having multiple merchant accounts also helps businesses mitigate their risks by not relying on just one processor and increases their monthly processing volume to handle spikes in sales. Chargeback Gurus helps e-Commerce businesses manage their merchant accounts and reconciliation. Our process has helped merchants keep track of their processing volume, reserve funds and daily deposits. Our reconciliation service has helped merchants manage their daily cash flow effectively.

Keywords: Merchant Account Reconciliation, Payment Processing

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