WHAT IF YOU COULD LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY ELIMINATE YOUR CREDIT CARD TRANSACTION COSTS FOREVER?

Now you can when you enroll in our exclusive SubscripXion Plan. Grow your profit margin by as much as 30%, while better serving your customers.

PERFECT FOR ANY SERVICE-BASED BUSINESS LOOKING TO DELIVER AN UNPARALLELED CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

SIMPLE FLAT PRICING

PAY JUST $10/MONTH

Real-time reporting
simple Set Up
Just $10/month
Customer Pays: 2.85% + $0.40/transaction Site Fee

 Online & Mobile Payments
Easy Integration Capabilities
Accept cards, or e-Checks
Includes lifetime support 

TESTIMONIAL

James, what do you like best about Xpress-pay?
The fees, or lack thereof. We went from [paying] probably $7,000 to 8,000 dollars a month in credit card processing fees, which cut that in half. We love it. Most customers like it, they don't need to give us their card number so you get that security factor. Not to mention, they authorize [the transaction] themselves and you know it limits chargebacks so win-win.

How Does it Work?

your customer uses our secure payment portal to make payments

while checking out, they pay a separate 2.85%+$0.40 Site Fee

Frequently Asked QUestions

But, I can't charge An Extra fee?

You're right, you can't, but our exclusive Site Fee Program adds a separate, nominal security and delivery fee for the use of our payment platform. It's like when someone uses the USPS to ship a package, rather than delivering it themselves.

Can I Cancel Anytime?

Yes, there's no obligation to stay in the plan. If, for any reason you're not totally satisfied, you may cancel at any time free of charge. We have a 98% satisfaction rate that I'm sure you'll love, too. 

When Do I Get My Money?

Within one business day for cards and two business days for eChecks, 100% of the amount you billed will be deposited directly into your bank account. The Site Fee comes to us to pay your transaction costs. That's it! Pretty great, right?

Are There Any Additional Fees?

The only additional costs you may incur are based on certain actions, such as chargebacks, overdrafts, and other uncommon items associated with merchant accounts.

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