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There are multiple online payment processors that allow small businesses or individuals to accept payments, according to Cynthia Drake for CreditCards.com. This includes Google, PayPal, ProPay and Square. Internet access... More »

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To accept credit card payments, you can use PayPal Payments, Square or QuickBooks Payments from Intuit. PayPal Payments is an online service, and Square and QuickBooks Payments have online and in person payment options. More »

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Business owners can accept online credit card payments with such services as Shopify, Paypal Payments and the online invoice service offered by Square, according to the websites of each service. Each service, except for ... More »

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Normally, activating a credit card takes just a few minutes and requires customers to make a phone call, log into an online bank account, or activating the card through an ATM machine using the assigned PIN number, accor... More »

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Typically, a person can use a credit card immediately after activating it; however, many cards actually allow a consumer to use a card prior to activation as of 2015, according to CreditCards.com. This ease of use presen... More »

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An EMV credit card uses a computer chip to create a single-use transaction code to authenticate each purchase, explains CreditCards.com. Consumers still must sign for each transaction or use a PIN, depending on the polic... More »

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Options for activating a Visa credit card include calling the number on the sticker attached to the card, activating it online or activating it through an automated teller machine, according to CreditCards.com. Banks req... More »

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