Credit card processing
Chase, AOAExcel®’s endorsed business partner, offers preferred group rates on debit and credit card processing for AOA members.
Chase has adopted the latest technology to ensure your practice can accept payments smoothly and securely. With Chase, you can accept all major debit and credit cards, including EMV chip cards and digital wallets, such as Apple Pay ® and Google Pay™, and monitor your account from anywhere with easy mobile access. As an AOA member, you're also eligible for specialized pricing to help you save on processing costs.
Power your payments with Chase
Simple and secure payment processing is a must for an efficient optometry practice. With transparent rates and world-class technologies that are EMV chip card-enabled, Chase is the provider of choice.
Chase credit card processing benefits your practice with exclusive pricing for AOA members, and:
- Contactless payments, including mobile wallets (Apple Pay ®, Google Pay™ and Samsung Pay™).
- Account monitoring with mobile access to keep an eye on your account anytime, anywhere.
- Online reporting tools to easily manage transactions.
- 24/7 client support.
- Acceptance of all major debit and credit cards, including EMV chip cards. 1
Above all, choose a provider you can trust. Chase has processed credit cards for more than 30 years.
Businesses are required to complete an application and agree to terms and conditions at the time of enrollment. All businesses are subject to credit approval. Merchant services are provided by Paymentech, LLC (“Chase”), a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
1 Certain restrictions may apply. Not all businesses may qualify for Month-to-month or No Long-Term Contract, such as businesses who: require processing capabilities in multiple currencies, process over $5 million in annual credit/debit card sales or have certain software or connectivity requirements. Qualifying businesses may terminate their contract at any time by providing 30 days’ written notice. Businesses who receive a promotional consideration from Chase may be required to repay all or a pro-rated portion of the value of such promotional consideration if the contract is terminated within the first 24 months. Businesses who do not qualify for the No Long-Term Contract may be subject to additional terms and conditions, including a defined initial term and early termination fees. Talk to a Chase Representative for more details.
2 Next business day funding is available to eligible Chase merchant services clients who deposit into a single Chase business checking account. Visa®, MasterCard®, and Discover® credit and debit transactions are eligible. All businesses are subject to business credit approval and all funds are subject to fraud monitoring. In addition, funding is subject to the terms and conditions of the merchant processing agreement. Chase must receive settled transactions by 10:00 pm EST (some businesses may qualify for a 11:59 pm ET settlement; talk to a Chase representative for more details). Funds are deposited on the next business day, excluding weekends and bank holidays. Some exclusions may apply. The listed payment brand(s) are not sponsors of this program. All marks are marks of their respective companies. Deposit products provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Member FDIC.
3 Cost comparison will be based on a calculation of the overall cost for comparable services, as determined by the processing statements you provide, and will exclude all one time fees. Cost comparison results are estimates only and do not guarantee savings. In addition, inaccuracies in the comparison may occur due to pricing variances and complexities in the statements provided.
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