NetSecure Offers Free Kudos Credit Card Processors for Charities and Non-Profits
The fund raising efforts of charities and Not-For-Profit organizations in the United States and Canada has been boosted by the announcement that top payment solutions provider NetSecure Payments Inc. will be handing freebies of their Kudos credit card processor to qualified organizations.
This is a move by NetSecure to help these bodies rack up as much donations as possible during the holiday shopping season and any institution that is able to provide evidence of being a non-for-profit basically qualifies for the kit.
Lots of charities and non-profits try to find out additional ways to raise money during this time of the year when many people become so inclined to give something away for noble causes and so the Kudos credit card processor will come in handy for those institutions that are looking to generate additional funds from credit card holders. The Kudos credit card processor also allows smartphone and tablet users to make or receive payments at any place thanks to the free custom swipe terminal built for those gadgets. The processor can be configured to accept payments from anywhere in the world as long as the free app is installed after downloading and a free merchant account is signed up for.
Gene Schenberg, NetSecure’s V.P for Sales and Marketing stated that the idea to give the Kudos processors as freebies was conceived after representatives of a charitable organization popped into their offices to collect donations and they realized that majority of the firm’s workers had credit cards instead of cash or checks. He added that the firm hopes to leverage the fund raising efforts of non-profits and charities through the Kudos processors especially during the holiday gift season while helping them make up for lost donations in the past.
BlackBerry and Android gadget holders can easily make or take donations through Kudos just like their counterparts on iPhones and iPads. The kit is built with innovative technology that is heavily secured thanks to high end encryption algorithms that prevents leakage of vital information. Kudos charges flat fees on transactions made through its platform and there are absolutely no recurring fees or monthly charges, ensuring that owners only pay fees when they utilize the device.
The free merchant account associated with the Kudos credit card processor comes with vital features such as transaction reports at zero costs. Anyone who makes a donation can order receipts through email or sms in real-time to aid them in their tax preparation later on.
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