Choosing the right payment processing solutions can be critical to your bottom line, and BancCard can explore options with you.
If you are interested in accepting credit and debit cards or are looking to enhance the process you currently use, Renasant Bank has arranged a solution for you. Renasant Bank can bring BancCard’s experienced professionals to your door to discuss your payment processing options. With BancCard, you have the advantage of working with an industry leader.
Who is BancCard?
BancCard of America, Inc. (a company not affiliated with Renasant Bank) offers payment processing options through merchant processors to businesses accepting credit and debit cards as payments for products and services.
What BancCard Can Offer You:
- Debit and Credit Card Processing (through merchant processors) for Small and Large Businesses
- SetUp Tailored to Customer Needs
- On-Site Set Up
- Free Consultative Visit
- Free Analysis for Existing Merchants
- Mobile and Web-based Processing
Most Any Type of Account Handled
New and existing business, retail, internet, restaurant, medical, dental, lodging/hospitality, educational/government and more.
For more information, please visit a branch or contact one of our Renasant banking professionals.
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