Petroleum and C-Stores 2017-05-09T09:45:50+00:00

Petroleum Is Our Business

Bank Transactions, Inc. core business is credit card processing and pay at the pump solutions. We are committed to be a low cost leader and value added service provider for the petroleum and c-store industries.

Bank Transactions is fully certified to process credit, debit, and fleet transactions on over 25 pay at the pump interfaces, including: Wayne Nucleus, Verifone Ruby, Gilbarco G-Site, Gas Boy, Autogas, Pinnacle, Radiant, Triversity, Petrovend, Ccistech, and many more.

Bank Transactions is the right solution for stations that are de-branding or stations that have already de-branded. We can help in numerous ways when stations decide to de-brand. Many times when petroleum dealers decide to de-brand, they are not aware of the necessary changes in equipment and the costs involved in obtaining the right equipment. Bank Transactions is able to provide financing for new pump equipment, controllers, and card readers, to help in making the transition.

We are Pump Technicians Preferred Choice!

When programming controllers and pumps, spending time troubleshooting problems is not what pump technicians want to be doing. Bank Transactions gets the job done right the first time. From the right software version to the correct pinpad and security module, we can ensure a smooth transition for any merchant needing to access the Buypass network. Credit, Debit, Voyager and Wright Express will all be working when downloaded. This is our commitment to the petroleum technicians we work with and our c-store customers.

Certified Controllers

Fleet Cards

Charge Back Protection

High Speed DSL / Satellite

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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Phone: 800.928.2237

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