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two innovative local businesses now accept Dwolla

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    Anonymous

    Disclaimer: I'm unaffiliated with all of the companies listed below. I just want them to succeed because they are doing interesting work. Sorry in advance if my language is market-speak.

    Sip & Ship <http://sipandship.com/> and Best Service & Repair <http://www.bestserviceandrepair.com/> both accept Dwolla <https://www.dwolla.com>. With Dwolla, it's easier for customers to pay and the businesses get more money. It's easier to pay because customers can use the Dwolla mobile app right on their phone. The businesses gets more money because Dwolla's fees are *significantly* lower than those of the popular credit card processors. There's no fee for transactions under $10, and a $0.25 flat fee otherwise. Support your local businesses by making your next purchase with Dwolla!

    Other mobile payment systems like Square and LevelUp are indeed interesting, but both support legacy payment processors that charge businesses hefty fees.

    Posted 1 year ago #
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    angeline
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    So, are you with Dwolla? That does sound like a better deal for the merchants.

    Posted 1 year ago #
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    Jeb29
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    I would say OP is with Dwolla because the disclaimer was he wasn't associated with the two "innovative" local business, I think.

    Why not just use CASH if you want to support smaller businesses who are paying hefty fees to process credit cards.

    Posted 1 year ago #
  4. john walker

    john walker
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    i guess they missed this in today's spam cleanout. cash or check is better any day than a damn credit card that costs me money. they should pay me to use it. in fact, didn't some law pass recently that allows businesses to add the fees to the invoice?

    Posted 1 year ago #
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    Jeb29
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    Ah but this is spam in the guise of helpfulness. This is a "support our innovative businesses" spam when in all actuality, it's to get business for this Dwolla thing.

    Posted 1 year ago #

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