CEO Heather Altepeter to highlight e-commerce, subscription-based and continuity A business that accepts credit cards for goods or services. needs during annual visit.
TEMECULA, Calif. – August 20, 2018 — National Merchants Association (NMA), a A business that accepts credit cards for goods or services. advocacy group and innovative A business that accepts credit cards for goods or services. services Any bank, financial institution, and public or private company that maintains a seller’s credit card processing relationship and receives all transactions from the seller to be distributed to the credit card issuing banks., will address Members of Congress and federal regulators on payments industry issues, with a focus on the growing trend of subscription-based and continuity e-commerce merchants, as part of the Electronic An act between a seller and a cardholder that results in either a paper or an electronic representation of the cardholder’s promise to pay for goods or services received from the act. The action between a cardholder and a merchant that results in financial activity between the merchant and cardholder’s account.... Association (ETA) Annual Capitol Hill Fly-in on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018.
The Fly-in, which will be attended by CEO Heather Altepeter, Chief Strategy Officer Jason Altepeter and Strategic Business Development Director Butch Hildebrand, comes at a pivotal time for NMA. The company, recognized in the industry for more than 10 years as A business that accepts credit cards for goods or services. advocates and the high-risk experts, recently launched a number of products and solutions aimed at serving subscription-based business models, continuity e-commerce businesses and other merchants.
With payments issues in the spotlight with policymakers in Washington, NMA is joining fellow ETA members to make its collective voice heard. NMA will meet with Members of Congress who serve on the two Congressional Payments Caucuses, as well as federal regulators, to discuss issues facing the payments industry and provide insight into how the industry works.
“For years, NMA has been one of the few industry advocates embracing higher risk verticals – affording us the capability of articulating the complexity of subscription-based and continuity e-commerce merchants’ needs,” says Heather Altepeter. “This year, we’re making sure that the industry’s most challenged and scrutinized A business that accepts credit cards for goods or services. voices are heard.”
NMA, which specializes in A merchant that is considered a high risk based upon the credit, product, method, ticket size or volume. Examples of high risk merchants are telemarketing, adult and travel related industries. Done Right®, subscription-based and continuity e-commerce solutions, is a leader in A business that accepts credit cards for goods or services. services and a true A business that accepts credit cards for goods or services. advocate. To learn more about the company and its innovative solutions, please visit dev-nma.pantheonsite.io.
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About National Merchants Association
National Merchants Association is a global leader in A business that accepts credit cards for goods or services. payment processing services and is dedicated to helping merchants and agent partners grow their businesses by generating sales opportunities and maximizing profits. Ranked for the third year in a row among the Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies, National Merchants Association owes much of its success to its strong commitment to advocacy. NMA works for agents to create a pro-businesses payments environment and for merchants to eliminate the unnecessary and unreasonable fees associated with accepting electronic transactions. Visit www.NationalMerchants.com or call (866) 509-7199 for more information.