U.S. Merchant Accounts For
O' Canada - What is traditionally regarded as the beginning of a proud National Anthem takes on a completely different meaning when contacting most U.S. credit card processing companies. That's because O' Canada usually means "Oh, Canada - I'm sorry but we don't do Canadian businesses!"
We have a completely different response here at Credit Card Processing Services. If you own a mail order, home-based or Internet based business in Canada then we can readily and quickly setup your Canadian business with a U.S. merchant account. However, we are unable to provide a merchant account for brick and mortar retail swiped merchants as there are still some archaic restrictions in place.
Kevin Aniess, the President of CCPS, is able to provide your service through a contractual relationship with PayNet Merchant Services, Inc., an agent of Harris Bank, Chicago, IL, (which is a subsidiary of the Bank of Montreal). The only requirement that we need is for your Canadian business to maintain a business checking account at any U.S. bank. If you don't already have a U.S. bank account then we would be happy to assist you in opening a U.S. bank account at Harris Bank, if you desire. There is no need to incorporate in the U.S. and you will not be responsible for U.S. income tax.
CCPS has negotiated an excellent program for you which includes
the merchant account as well as the Internet gateway and virtual
terminal. Here is our excellent pricing for Canadian merchants:
For your Internet gateway and virtual terminal we are proud to be a Certified Authorize.Net reseller. Here is our Authorize.Net pricing:
There are a few basic conditions you must meet in order for us to get your account approved:
Here are a few important items that merchants usually ask us about:
Now that you have made the decision to move forward it is very easy to proceed. Simply click on the Application Apply Online form at the bottom of this page and fully answer the questions. We will then contact you within 2 business days with the paperwork required to complete the process.