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Mobile Merchant Account – First Bank


Credit and debit card processing is one of the most important parts of doing business today. First Bank’s mobile merchant account services provide your business with a way to accept credit cards, debit cards, electronic checks, gift cards, and other types of payments.

Mobile Merchant Services

Mobile Merchant Account Services from First Bank

Our in-store and mobile credit card processing services allow you to easily keep track of your funds and ensure payments are automatically deposited into your account. Our credit card processing services include:

  • Competitive rates with no hidden fees
  • National processing capabilities
  • Multiple transaction processing methods
  • Multiple authorization networks
  • Support from experienced and dedicated sales staff
  • Comprehensive 24-hour online reporting
  • Automated in-house chargeback/retrieval processing system with 24-hour turnaround
  • 24-hour in-house merchant help desk
  • 48-hour merchant settlement (24-hour merchant settlement if going to a First Bank account)

In the age of the smartphone, mobility is important when running a business. Selling products and processing payments on the go can increase your revenue and expand your customer base.

First Bank’s mobile merchant services can help you grow your business and put your mind at ease. With First Bank, your finances are being handled by a bank you trust.

We have partnered with TSYS, one of the nation’s leading merchant card processing companies to provide our customers with some of the best mobile merchant services. When you use First Bank’s mobile merchant services, you are getting the dependable credit card processing you need to run a successful business.

First Bank also provides other merchant services such as payment processing and managementreconciliation and reporting, and check collection.

To learn more about our mobile merchant services and see a free card processing demonstration, visit your local First Bank branch today.

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