TransPay Processing

Overview: TransPay Processing


TransPay Processing is one of the new up and coming merchant services companies in the United States. Emil Billman started TransPay in 1998. In the past several years mergers and consolidations have earmarked the merchant processing industry. One of the results of these mergers and consolidations has been the emerging of new Independent Sales Organizations called ISO's, by some of the most progressive and innovative sales management people from these companies. That is certainly true as far as TransPay Processing is concerned.


TransPay Processing recently expanded the business by bringing aboard additional employees, and opening a corporate office in Indian Wells, California. With the assistance of Dell Computers, MasterCard & Visa, Transpay has successfully installed a major computer server. The Transpay computer system is state of the art and the credit card companies are using Transpay Processing as the industry standard for future relationships. The ability for us to multi-task and process countless numbers of transactions is unsurpassed in the industry.


(Source:Company Website)


Published Rates: TransPay Processing

  • N/A (Rates Not Published Online)

BBB Business Review: TransPay Processing

  • Total Complaints (3 years): 0
  • BBB Rating:  A+
  • BBB Accredited: No
  • BBB file opened: 12/28/2005
  • Business started: 01/01/1994
  • Business started locally: N/A
  • Incorporated: N/A State: N/A

(Source: BBB Business Review)


Other Information: TransPay Processing

Location: PO Box 13830 Palm Desert, CA 92255

Affiliation:  Transpay is a registered ISO/MSP of Chase Paymentech Solutions, LLC  Transpay Processing is a registered ISO/MSP of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Walnut Creek, CA


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Credit Card Processing 101 For New Business Owners


What is the first thing I need to do to start accepting credit cards?



You will need a merchant service provider who will set you up with a merchant account for your business. This will give you the ability to accept credit and debit cards in person, online, or over the phone.



How long will it take before I can start accepting credit and debit cards?



With leading processors, you can get you up and running within the same day in many cases.



How much do I have to pay to accept credit cards?



Like anything, rates vary depending on processor you are dealing with and the type of business you operated (i.e. storefront, ecommerce, mail order, etc.) It is important to find a merchant service provider who not only offers guaranteed low rates, but will provide your business with PCI compliant equipment and knowledgeable 24x7x365 customer service and technical support.




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