What is the difference between an ISO and a Broker?
What is the difference between an ISO and a Broker? An ISO represents one Processor and is paid a commission based on the rates that the processor charges. Because of this the more they charge, the more they make. A broker is not tied into just one processor. A Broker has hundreds of processing options. Because as a Broker is focused on retention we place the Merchant into a relationship where they save the most money.
Are you a Credit Card Processing Company?
No We are a Broker.
We represent hundreds of different processing options.
What is the Cost of your service?
Our best rate search is a complimentary service that we provide, so there is no cost to you.