Automate Your Billings and Payments
PPC offers ACH payment processing solutions for businesses utilizing the auto-ship, recurring billing or automated billing model. These companies rely on payments from consumers on a recurring/non-recurring basis, as set by a specific billing schedule.
Our ACH processing service allows these businesses to process one-time or recurring ACH transactions, or electronic debit transactions, which are automatically debited from their customer’s bank account. There are several advantages to using the ACH check processing services from us. ACH processing is more convenient as there is no manual processing of paper checks involved. It provides quicker access to funds, as payments are debited straight from the customers’ bank account. Funds are released within one or two days as opposed to several days or weeks when compared to credit card transactions.
ACH payment processing is more cost-effective, as there are lower fees involved when compared to other forms of payment processing. ACH fees are fixed whereas credit card transactions are based on percentages. ACH processing is also easier when it comes to recurring payments. As these payments are usually set up to be received at a certain time every month, processing times are much quicker and come at a much lower cost when compared to other payment options.
At PPC, we want to ensure that your business is exceeding its processing potential. With our ACH processing service, we can offer you the most competitive rates, 24/7 online access, downloadable reports, free training, and more, all on a completely secure platform. Contact us and we will answer any questions you may have and get you started on our ACH system today.
What does ACH stand for?
ACH (or Automated Clearing House) is a nationwide electronic funds transfer system which provides for the interbank clearing of electronic payments.
ACH payments processed through the PaySimple system are processed using this secure, highly reliable network, and is also the same network used by federal bank and government institutions to securely transfer funds. The Federal Reserve acts as an ACH Operator through which banks transmit or receive ACH entries.