AAM Group Launches Aftermarket Payments Card-Processing Service

AAM Group Offers Aftermarket Payments Card-Processing Service

The program can save shops $100 or more every month in credit card fees.

The AAM Group has announced the launch of Aftermarket Payments: a credit card-processing service. Provided in partnership with PayJunction, Aftermarket Payments gives shop owners the services they need without any of the hidden or extra fees common to card processing, including no start-up, PCI, equipment, authorization, monthly or annual fees of any kind, says AAM Group. Many shops will see savings of $100–$150 a month, the Group added.

Aftermarket Payments offers two main service options to qualifying accounts:

  1. The Standard option provides a 2.5% rate plus 0.10 transaction fee on card-present transactions.
  2. The Cash Discounting option, which passes the cost of accepting cards to customers, sees customers pay a 3% credit card fee, while shops pay only 10 cents for every card-present sale.

Both programs come with a free ZeroTouch Terminal, next-day deposits and fantastic PayJunction service. In addition, Aftermarket Payments seamlessly integrates with The AAM Group’s Aftermarket Websites platform and supports e-commerce sales.  

For more information, visit AftermarketPayments.com.

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