Are you a member of the Multnomah Bar Association? Have you always wanted to open a credit card merchant account, but held back because of the cost and the hassle?
Today Guy Walden, Associate Executive Director of the Multnomah Bar Association, announced a great limited-time offer from Affiniscape: MBA members can open a Law Firm Merchant Account at no cost. Now through August 31, 2010 the $150 virtual terminal start-up fee is waived. Call 866-376-0950 or visit Affiniscape for more information. Free is a great price – especially in these economic times.
If you’re not familiar with the pros and cons of credit card merchant accounts and how they work vis-a-vis your trust accounting obligations, read this post. Private credit card processors, like Affiniscape are definitely the way to go (IMHO). If you are not a member of the Multnomah Bar Association, then take a look at Beacon Processing. Learn more about these private credit card processors here.
Copyright 2010 Beverly Michaelis
Note: This is not a paid endorsement of Beacon Processing or Affiniscape/Law Firm Merchant Account. These vendors are only two of the many private credit card processing companies. Practitioners should conduct their own research when selecting a private credit card processor.
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