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  1. Default IAHA Credit Card Benefit Update! 
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    Raycliff Manor Guest
    I copied this off of the Fright Forum...

    Kel


    Fellow IAHA Members!

    Good News! We were able to get a even lower credit card rate just today from MecuryPay Systems. This is one REAL Benefit you have access to simply by calling our IAHA rep at MercuryPay Systems and telling them you are a IAHA member. I encourage you to pick up the phone and call Elmo today and put extra cash in your pocket this season by saving on this incredible deal. I have signed up and I have heard others are also switching over.

    Below is a simple chart we have made to make it much easier to understand based on a $20.00 event ticket. This information can also be found on the IAHA site under the member section by clicking on the Vendor Discounts link. www.hauntedhouseassociation.org


    DEBIT CARDS - ONLY .20 CENT FLAT TRANSACTION FEE IF PIN PAD IS USED

    1.12% NO PIN PAD USED (VISA)
    1.14% NO PN PAD USED (MC)
    + .18 TRANSACTION FEE

    (Ex.) $20 ticket + .20 = .20 Deduction (PIN PAD USED)
    (Ex.) $20 ticket + .0112 = .22 + .18 = .40 Deduction (VISA)
    (Ex.) $20 ticket + .0114 = .23 + .18 = .41 Deduction (MC)

    VISA & MC (SWIPED) - 1.63% OF EA. SALE (VISA)
    + .18 TRANSACTION FEE

    1.73% OF EA. SALE (MC)
    +.18 TRANSACTION FEE

    (Ex.) $20 ticket x .0163 = .33 + .18 = .51 Deduction (Ex.) $20 ticket x .0173 = .35 + .18 = .53 Deduction

    VISA & MC (MANUEL KEY) - 1.94% OF EA. SALE (VISA)
    + .18 TRANSACTION FEE

    2.04% OF EA. SALE (MC)
    + .18 TRANSACTION FEE

    (Ex.) $20 ticket x .0194 = .39 + .18 = .57 Deduction (VISA)
    (Ex.) $20 ticket x .0204 = .41 + .18 = .59 Deduction (MC)

    VISA & MC (CORP CARDS) - 2.29% OF EA. SALE (VISA)
    + .18 TRANSACTION FEE

    2.39% OF EA. SALE (MC)
    + .18 TRANSACTION FEE

    (Ex.) $20 ticket x .0229 = .46 + .18 = .64 Deduction (VISA)
    (Ex.) $20 ticket x .0239 = .48 + .18 = .66 Deduction (MC)

    VISA & MC (INTERNET PROCESSING) – 1.94% OF EA. SALE
    + .18 TRANSACTION FEE

    (Ex.) $20 ticket x .0212 = .42 + .21 = .63 Deduction
    DIAL UP TERMINALS

    $395 Dial Up Terminal. For those who wish to purchase their terminals.

    $29.95 Terminal Fee Rental Monthly. This is a dial-up terminal.


    HIGH SPEED TERMINALS

    $550 OMNI 3750 High Speed Terminal. This unit requires High Speed Internet Access.

    $550 Hypercom T-4100 High Speed Terminal. This unit requires High Speed Internet Access.

    $49.95/ Terminal Fee Rental Monthly for High Speed Terminals above. For those who wish to rent for a seasonal business.


    BACK OFFICE SOFTWARE

    MPS Back Office Software. This software is used to process phone sales. The Software is “FREE” & No Fee’s are involved.


    FEE’S

    $9.95 Statement Fee Monthly. We can turn off the Terminal for the months we don’t use it and the fee is waived.

    Tony Wohlgemuth
    IAHA Director, Web Committee

    _________________
    Tony Wohlgemuth
    Spookywoods Haunted Scream Park
    www.spookywoods.com
     

  2. Default Just wondering 
    #2
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    Jan 2007
    Location
    Minnesota
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    What is this credit card for? I was just wondering.
     

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    #3
    Raycliff Manor Guest
    Here's the website link to MercuryPay so you can check out their services.

    http://www.mercurypay.com/

    Kel
     

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    Location
    Ravens Grin Inn, 411 carroll st.mount carroll ill.
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    A $20.oo ticket?
    A $20.oo ticket?
    $20.oo for a ticket?
    Twenty whole dollars for one ticket!?
    Higher prices add to the customer's expectations of what they think that they should be seeing and getting for their bigger dollars.
    Critisim has to increase accordingly.......
     

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