Bottom-Line Benefits for You, Convenience for Your Customer

Providing recurring payments is an easy way to increase retention, grow loyalty, and improve customer satisfaction – all while streamlining your payment processing and reducing operational expenses. Our convenient, easy-to-use recurring payments options provide bottom-line benefits to your business.

  • Improve your cash flow and business forecasting
  • Streamline your payment processes with our single-source set of solutions
  • Build customer loyalty, retention and improve customer service

Integrate All Your Recurring Payments Needs

Once your customers have set up recurring payments with their credit card, debit card or electronic funds transfer, life gets simpler: no more checks to write, bills to mail, and less worry about late payments endangering their credit rating. With recurring payments from Allegiance Merchant Services, everybody wins.

Our advanced recurring virtual terminal platforms module, a component of our secure gateway provides a simple, convenient way to set up customer payments automatically and can help minimize payment interruption.

  • Automated Payments – establish customer profiles, choose a billing schedule, select decline responses and more.
  • Flexible payment schedules – weekly, monthly or annually.
  • E-mail management – automate responses to customer events to maximize revenue, prevent account defaults and manage exceptions through timely cardholder notification.

Our flexible solutions include low-cost payment methods that help you manage your payment acceptance costs.

The Right Solutions for Your Industry

Many types of direct billing businesses can benefit from our secure, advanced recurring payments solutions. Enjoy the benefits of collecting regular fees and subscriptions as well as the ability to run special promotions with deferred or installment payments:

  • Online Services – Internet Service Providers (ISPs), and digital gamers
  • Membership and Subscriptions – Health clubs, magazines and publications
  • Digital Services and Telecommunications – Wireless, cable and satellite providers
  • Insurance Services – Auto, home and other insurance services
  • Real Estate and Utility companies
  • Educational and Municipal Institutions
  • Medical and Health Service Providers