Features Designed For The Modern Tow Operator

Credit Card Processing

Whether you accept payments in-person, online, or while you're on the go, we provide your business with the processing technology it needs, backed by our professional and reliable team.

How does it work?

  • • Consumer-level credit card processing begins when a customer uses their credit card to make a purchase and gives the merchant their payment information.
  • • The merchant uses one of two methods—either in-person as a "card-present" transaction or online or over the phone as a "card-not-present" transaction—to receive and collect the payment information.
  • • Then, the credit card processor forwards the payment information to the card network.
  • • The consumer (issuing) bank receives the payment details from the card network after that.
  • • The consumer bank is in charge of confirming that the cardholder has enough money on hand or credit available to finish the transaction. To confirm that the transaction is legitimate, the bank could conduct security checks. After making a decision, it notifies the credit card processor of its decision and either approves or rejects the transaction.
  • • The funds are transferred from the consumer bank to the merchant account and then enter the settlement procedure if the consumer bank has verified the transaction.
  • • The merchant normally receives a notice on the card reader or virtual terminal informing them whether the transaction has been "accepted" or "declined" as the notification goes back from the consumer bank to the point of origin of the sale.
  • • Depending on the card network that was used for the transaction, settlement, the final step in the process, may take several days. Settlement is the formal transfer of the transaction amount, less any applicable processing costs, from the consumer bank to the merchant bank.

Recurring Billing

Do you require automated billing? With us, without any startup fees, you create recurring payment plans, a bill on any schedule, modify active plans and manage it all through a portal or API.

Recurring billing refers to the repeated or recurring charges that subscription businesses make on the credit cards of their current customer base. Recurring billing describes prearranged, routine automated payments for a service or a product subscription. Instead of in a physical store, automated recurring credit card billing occurs electronically through the business' payment processor.

Our recurring billing solution gives the business a consistent stream of quick, predictable revenue while giving the client a simple way to pay for the goods and services they frequently use and purchase.

Payment Getaway

Your website can effortlessly add credit card processing, e-commerce tools, and a virtual terminal. With our configurable web checkout capabilities and mobile solutions, you can increase your earnings while making your online sales simple and secure.

A payment gateway can be defined as a network that your clients use to send you money. The point-of-sale terminals used at most physical stores are remarkably similar to payment gateways. Customers and businesses must collaborate while using a payment gateway to complete a transaction.

Our payment gateway service examines the customer's card information after they've placed an order and determines whether they have enough money in their account to pay you.