Fort lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
A recent Royal Dutch Shell report has announced revenue of $467.2 billion for last year but their income comes shy of $30 billion only ($28.6 billion to be exact). Gas station owners on the other hand, live and die on slim margins, in a business where every penny counts. RateCreditCardProcessing.com has released a report featuring 6 features every gas station owner should know and take advantage of to save on their credit card acceptance service.
“The truth is gas stations can realize big savings by selecting a credit card processor that delivers quality service with low transaction fees,” said Greg Wong of RateCreditCardProcessing.com. “Because stations process such a high volume of credit and debit card transactions each day a few rate a few percent lower can translate into huge savings.”
However, Mr. Wong added that gas station owners can’t simply focus on fees at the expense of the processing options being offered to customers.
The fundamental features the service comparison firm recommends for the auto service station industry owner to keep in mind include:
1. Point of Service (POS) Integration
2. Specialty Payment Methods
3. PIN Input Devices
4. Indoor and Outdoor Terminals
5. Smart Card Readers
6. Setup and Support
"The convenience store accounts for the majority of profit for the traditional station owner," Mr. Wong continues to say, “That sales volume presents huge opportunities for savings.”
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