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Old 08-07-2012, 11:22 PM
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Default Automatically Debit Credit Cards or ACH Accounts for your customers

I'm going to have the ability soon to setup recurring billing through my payment processor. What's better is that I also have ACH capabilities for 65 cents per transaction, much cheaper than running a credit card. I've got several clients buying regular services on a monthly basis. These included hosting, backup, managed AV, Hosted Exchange, RMM, etc...

In cases where my client is large, with multiple layers of management and separation of accounting functions, am I going to find it challenging to get them to agree to auto-debit? Any experience or advice is appreciated.
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Who is your payment processor?
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Me, technically. I own a company (with a partner) that does that.
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The only clients I've ever had flinch at auto-debit are residential. Business clients have never given it a second thought.
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