ACH transactions are more secure than checks. ACH transactions are encrypted when transmitted by the originator and cannot be changed by anyone and unlike checks they can't get lost in the mail. Every ACH transaction is traceable.
ECI's new ACH services offer secure and reliable processing of a broad range of payment methods and transactions. Accepted payment methods include: ACH transactions, credit cards, debit cards, gift and pre-paid cards, checks, online payments and mobile payments. Available transaction types include: automatic collection of accounts receivable, automatic payment of accounts payable, payroll direct deposit, taxes and more.
ACH services by ECI are easy for merchants to set up and even easier to use. Files from existing accounting systems can be imported without difficulty and reports can be exported to assist in managing transactions. In addition, transactions can be entered manually or set up on a recurring schedule.
"We are very excited to provide ACH services to merchants, as this opens up a secure and reliable window of opportunity for anyone who needs a payment processing solution," said
ECI's ACH services provide the ultimate form of convenience in payment processing, allowing merchants to accept or send a payment at any time – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is one low fixed rate per transaction, with no contract or hidden fees for ACH processing.
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