If you accept credit cards for merchandise sold offline — via fax, phone or mail order, at tradeshows and other places not equipped with POS terminals — every credit card payment you have accepted would have to be authorized by the merchant processor. You can get that done through your regular terminal client or, if you use QuickBooks as your accounting system, take advantage of Q-Merchant, a merchant-friendly add-on to your favorite accounting program.
Q-Merchant is a desktop application that sits in between QuickBooks and the merchant processor and allows to authorize credit card payments right from your favorite accounting application. Simply connect Q-Merchant to QuickBooks, create a transaction in QuickBooks, choose the desired payment method and save. In the payment dialog that appears, review the information and submit it to your payment provider. The payment requests will be invoked directly from QuickBooks and transmitted to your payment provider. If the payment is accepted, the transaction id and other payment information will be stored back into QuickBooks directly.
With Q-Merchant you will be able to process credit-card and e-check payments from QuickBooks through Authorize.Net, PayPal, and other merchant providers. The software supports magnetic stripe readers and works with most QuickBooks versions, including QuickBooks — Point of Sale (POS) and QuickBooks Enterprise.
And if you dont use QuickBooks, you can use Q-Merchant as a virtual terminal.
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