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Square POS Troubleshooting

Malfunctioning equipment is a major pain point for merchants. It can lead to frustrated customers, lost sales, and unnecessary down time. If your business runs on the Square app, terminal, or register, you’ve likely come across many error codes and error messages and had to troubleshoot on the fly. This article looks at three of Square’s products and services and how to troubleshoot some of the most common issues.

POS Systems: Batches and Settlements

If you’re a merchant with a POS system, you’re likely familiar with “batching out” your transactions at the end of the day. This article offers a brief overview of batches and settlements and how they pertain to your business. For specific instructions on batching out credit card machines, Sekure discusses them here.

How to Process Offline Transactions with Payanywhere

Payanywhere is an easy, affordable, and smart payment solution, whether your business is on-the-go or brick-and-mortar. Payanywhere includes payment processing, business management software, and options for paperless transactions that offer email and SMS text receipts for customers.

How to Easily Switch to a New Payment Provider Without Switching Banks

Hidden fees. Exorbitant equipment-leasing fees. Payment gateway fees. High processing rates. Lackluster customer service. Sound familiar? Many business owners have likely considered switching payment providers at some point, but most don’t because they fear the process will be difficult and expensive. Likewise, many merchants think that switching providers means switching banks. Thankfully, this is not the case. As you’ll see, moving to a new payment provider is surprisingly simple.

How to Put Paper in a Credit Card Machine

Changing paper in a credit card machine can be stressful if you’re in the middle of a transaction or busy helping customers. But learning how to put paper in a credit card machine can be done easily and quickly, as long as you know what to do.

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