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Accepting Credit Cards

Some Tips about accepting credit cards and how the crooks try to intimidate your clerks.


Don’t Be Bullied
Here, the customer attempts to intimidate the cashier by causing a fuss at the register so that the purchase is rushed, which may lead to improper check out. They may tell you that the card won’t read and not to bother running it through – that you’ll have to key it in manually. In such instances, customers have also been known to complain about the service or length of the line. They may even demand to see a manager – anything to keep the cashier’s attention off the authorization of the credit card. By creating a tense atmosphere, the cashier is often prone to rush the person through the process just to get the customer out of the store. This is when criminal activity takes place. The result is usually a costly chargeback for the merchant. Use only the authorization numbers provided by your Payment Processor. Never call a telephone number given by the cardholder for authorization. Don…

v2012 Matrix Feature

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v2012 of MacPOS brings back the Matrix view that had been missing in our OS X version of MacPOS.  It was a important feature of MacPOS back in the OS 9 days.

An example of a T-shirt in different sizes and colors.




Clicking on an item in the list will display the details in the item window.

Track the stock levels, item sales and purchase history, minimum and maximum stock levels for each size/color variation.

An another example showing an iMac in different RAM and Hard drive configurations.


Are you at Risk?

Is your customer's credit card information at risk when using your POS system?

Watch this short informative video about the steps you can take to protect your business and your customer's credit card information.
Are you at Risk?
Can you afford to not take steps for compliancy?
MacPOS and Mercury Payments provides a PCI-DSS compliant solution with high security encryption to protect your customer's private information.