Many new merchants sign up with PayPal or Stripe to accept payments but often find that they have high cart abandonment and generally lackluster sales. In many cases, it’s not the product or the newness of the merchant that’s the problem – it’s the lack of a “real” shopping cart. Eliminating this issue is as simple as switching to a BAMS merchant account. Here are some of the biggest reasons to do this:
If you sell products from a physical store, you might be missing out on an entire other sales channel: the internet. Today’s customers expect even physical stores to be able to offer certain e-commerce features from their sites, and if these aren’t available, the stores seem behind on the times. Here are a few essentials your store’s site should have to modernize:
A very common question we encounter, especially from new online business owners, is when should they switch from accepting payment through PayPal to accepting payment directly on their site through a BAMS merchant account? We’ve got five signs that it’s time for you to make the switch.
With so much of the business world moving to the web, having secure and functional methods of processing payments has become a top priority. This space has typically been dominated by Paypal and Stripe but many alternatives have sprouted up. Each has its own set of benefits and shortcomings but some may be a better fit for your budget or needs. Here are some of the ones making waves: