The Leading Credit Card Processing Companies

The Leading Credit Card Processing Companies, an independent company that analyzes the card processing industry, has named the thirty best credit card processing companies for the month of March 2013.

The list of the best credit card processors is created based on a meticulous evaluation of each processor by an independent research team. Businesses use the list in order to find the best service based on their own needs and requirements. Each month, the list is revised to incorporate the latest advancements and accomplishments of the credit card processors.

The 30 best credit card processors for March 2013 are:

  1. Leaders Merchant Services
  2. Credit Card Processing Specialists
  3. National Processing
  4. National Bankcard Inc.
  5. Cornerstone Merchant Services, Inc.
  6. Electronic Transfer Inc.
  7. Leap Payments
  8. Merchants Bancard, Inc.
  9. Merchant Express
  10. iStream Financial Services, Inc.
  11. Total Merchant Services
  12. Merchant Warehouse
  13. U.S. Merchant Systems
  14. Green By Phone
  15. NPC, a Vantiv Company
  16. Global Payments, Inc.
  17. Harbortouch
  18. Heartland Payment Systems, Inc.
  19. Chase Paymentech Solutions, LLC.
  20. Velocity Merchant Services
  21. PowerPay
  22. East Commerce Solutions
  23. Priority Payment Systems
  24. Certified Payment Processing
  25. Network Merchants, Inc
  26. National Transaction Corp
  27. CyberSource Corp.
  28. Govolution, LLC
  29. Fiserv, Inc.
  30. Prolific Business Solutions

The top 30 rankings were compiled by an evaluation and three client references. The five areas include competitive rates, reliability, efficiency, variance, and customer support. Client references were asked various general and specific questions about the service provided to them in order to gauge their satisfaction and the overall level of the service by the provider.

The payment service providers are able to provide national services with flexible payment terms and service offerings for small, medium, or enterprise businesses.

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About Justin Hefner

Justin Hefner is in the education field and has written about a number of financial issues. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas Tech University and a Masters in Education from Texas State University.