Recovering Payment Processing Guides

Getting dropped by your processor is a bummer.

Luckily, here at PayKings we have put together not one, not two, but four guides to help you become an expert on every aspect of recovering payment processing.


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How Difficult is it to Switch Payment Processors?

To be direct, switching your payment processing company is really quite easy. Most retailers and eCommerce businesses endure unbearable service fees with their payment processors and don’t do anything about it, in fear of having to switch payment processors and that it might be a nightmare of a task… (Fill out the form to continue reading)

How to Recover When Paypal Terminates or Freezes Your Account

When an aggregate merchant account like PayPal, Stripe, or Square kick you off their platform or freeze your account, it can be confusing as to what to do next. Well, we’re here to answer all of your questions and to take the guesswork out of what your next steps should be. Here we’ve laid out exactly how to handle this type of situation – which actually happens more often than you’d think… (Fill out the form to continue reading)

What is the TMF Listing and What Does it Mean for Merchants?

Hopefully you are reading this without having the misfortune of having a termination of your merchant file. But if you’ve just been informed of being added into the Terminated Merchant File (TMF) or MATCH record, then this information should help you understand what it means for you and how to get off of the TMF listing as fast as possible… (Fill out the form to continue reading)

Can Merchants Survive Life After the Match List?

If you are reading this, then it’s highly probable you’ve found yourself on the MATCH list or TMF listing. Searching the MATCH list or initiating a TMF list search could find you in a situation every business owners dread. You could be wondering what these lists are being used for and what the consequences are… (Fill out the form to continue reading)

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