Partnering with the NSSA-NSCA is a natural fit for PayLeap because we have a perfect solution for all of their members.
ATLANTA, GA (PRWEB) December 12, 2012
The National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) and the National Sporting Clay Association (NSCA) have partnered with PayLeap to provide merchant payment solutions to their members.
PayLeap has created a program specifically for NSSA/NSCA members, allowing them to use their PC or web-enabled device to accept credit cards and checks. This enables members to accept payments on their website, in their stores, through email, or on the road with just a single account. Members can also use their existing credit card processing equipment in most cases, if they wish.
PayLeap, a merchant acquirer catering to SMBs, uniquely offers PIN debit to small and mid-market merchants. PIN debit benefits merchants by shifting the liability for fraud from the merchant to the card issuer. With PaySecure®, online shoppers enter their PIN on a virtual pad at the merchant checkout, needing only their existing debit card and a PIN number to complete the transaction. PaySecure® is designed to provide an extra layer of security for debit card transactions, reducing fraud and charge-backs for merchants.
NSSA is the official governing and sanctioning organization for the sport of skeet. With nearly 20,000 members, it is the largest organization in the world dedicated solely to the sport of skeet shooting.
NSCA has over 22,000 members in all 50 US states and 10 foreign countries. More than 600 member clubs serve members and host both registered and recreational shoots.
“Partnering with the NSSA-NSCA is a natural fit for PayLeap, because we have a perfect solution for all of their members,” says Scott Miller, Executive Vice President and General Manager of PayLeap. “Our subscription management service with recurring payments allows collection of credit, debit and check/ACH payments electronically, which is perfect for memberships,” says Miller. “For face-to-face transactions, merchants can use the PayLeap virtual terminal and add a card swipe device that plugs into their computer.”