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American Express
Offices: New York, New York
American Express has over one million active Cardmembers nationwide. Some may already be your customers. They'll be happy to see you're accepting the Card, especially if they participate in one of their rewards programs. 25% of Cardmembers carry American Express but do not carry other major credit or charge cards. 53% of American Express Consumer Cardmembers use the Card for both business and personal expenses. 25% of American Express Cardmembers have spent $10,000 or more on a single occasion using an American Express Card.
Offices: New York, New York
Authorize.Net, a service of Lightbridge, manages the submission of payment transactions to the processing networks on behalf of its merchant customers. Since 1996, Authorize.Net has been a leading provider of Internet Protocol (IP) based payment gateway services, enabling merchants to authorize, settle and manage credit card and electronic check transactions from a Web site, retail store, mail order/telephone order (MOTO) call center or mobile device.


Offices: Omaha, Nebraska
Bill Me Later is a convenient and secure new payment method designed for purchasing on the web or over the phone. As a credit account, Bill Me Later provides you with the flexibility to purchase without using your credit card. To request a Bill Me Later account, you do not have to complete a lengthy application prior to making a purchase. Simply select Bill Me Later at checkout to complete your request.
Braintree Payment Solutions
Offices: Bartlett, Illinois
Braintree Payment Solutions is a leading provider of end-to-end online payments. Braintree processes all forms of electronic payment transactions: credit and debit cards, echecks, and electronic funds transfer (EFT). The company offers merchant accounts, an online payment gateway, simplified PCI Compliance and credit card storage solutions, risk and fraud management and multi-currency acceptance for global payment processing.


Offices: Brentwood, Tennessee
Comdata has been at the forefront of payment innovations. They invented the concept of electronic payments for transportation, and in the process launched the Comdata Card—a payment solution that helped drive an industry. Comdata payment innovations now touch financial transactions of all kinds. Their integrated financial solutions are changing the way companies manage data, pay their employees, process merchant transactions, and manage spending on key business purchases from travel to fuel.
Offices: Mountain View, California; London, England & Tokyo, Japan
CyberSource is focused on services that optimize business results through active management of the payment process from payment acceptance and order screening, through reconciliation and payment security. Since the dawn of eCommerce in 1996 CyberSource has been a developer of electronic payment and fraud management technologies and services.


Discover Financial Services
Offices: Riverwoods, Illinois
Discover Financial Services, a business unit of Morgan Stanley, operates the Discover® Card brands. They offer a variety of Cards to meet the needs of individual Cardmembers, including the Discover Classic Card, the Discover Gold Card, the Discover Platinum Card, The Miles Card from Discover Card and an array of affinity cards.


First Data
Offices: Denver, Colorado
At First Data Corporation, they make buying and selling easier. It is that simple. Many of you do business with First Data everyday, although you may not realize it. Whether you’re writing a check at the gas station, using your ATM/debit card to pay for groceries, buying a book online, getting cash out of an ATM, paying for dinner with your credit card or using a gift card to purchase something special, chances are your transaction is moved quickly and securely by First Data.


Google Wallet
Offices: Mountain View, California
Google Wallet has been designed for an open commerce ecosystem. It will eventually hold many if not all of the cards you keep in your leather wallet today. And because Google Wallet is a mobile app, it will be able to do more than a regular wallet ever could, like storing thousands of payment cards and Google Offers but without the bulk. Eventually your loyalty cards, gift cards, receipts, boarding passes, tickets, even your keys will be seamlessly synced to your Google Wallet.


Intuit GoPayment
Offices: Mountain View, California
Intuit GoPayment requires an Intuit QuickBooks Merchant Service account, provided by Intuit Payment Solutions. Application approval required. Transaction and service fees apply. Use of the web-browser version of GoPayment requires a mobile phone with an Internet browser that has a minimum secure connection and may not be operated within a carrier ‘walled garden’; use of the downloadable GoPayment application requires a supported GoPayment mobile phone.