Credit Card Processing 2017-05-09T09:45:50+00:00

Bank Transactions, Inc.is an MSP (Member Service Provider), which is a special designation given to those credit card processing companies and banks which are directly registered with Visa® and MasterCard®.

What does this mean for your business?

  • Direct Visa® and MasterCard® Pricing
  • A Higher Level of Customer Service
  • Clear and Accurate Reporting

The Bank Transactions Guarantee
Shopping for credit card services is not something business owners do every day. We take out the confusion by getting what you need now and letting you shop around for the next several months. Just submit a better offer and we will meet it or beat it. Plus, we will refund you the difference. In the meantime, you get fair and honest pricing from a company you can trust.

Industries Bank Transactions Serves:

  • Retail
  • Restaurant
  • Petroleum/ C-Store
  • QSR
  • Grocery and Supermarket
  • Hotel and Hospitality
  • Health Practitioners
  • MOTO
  • E-Commerce
  • Level I, II, III data

What Credit and Debit Cards Does Bank Transactions Process?

Credit Cards Fleet Cards Debit Cards
Visa Voyager STAR
MasterCard Wright Express NYCE
American Express MC Fleet Maestro
Discover Fuelman Interlink
JCB CFN Accel
Diner’s Club Pacific Pride AFFN
Comdata PULSE
CU24
Alaska
Bank Transactions, Inc. is a direct Visa® and MasterCard® credit card processor. We serve the payment needs for merchants and merchant associations. More
Bank Transactions, Inc. serves independent sales organizations. Our extensive knowledge, competitive pricing and cutting edge products equal more sales and higher margins for your sales office. More
Bankers know customers will do business with the financial institutions that can deliver the products they need. More

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