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Book Title and Author: Collective Crooks: Exposing the Dark Side of the Payment Processing Industry by Felix Osawaru
Reviewed By: Pat Regan
Star Rating Given: 5-stars
This book actually exposes the sneaky tactics and the excessive fees charged by some of the merchant account providers. I have had two different merchant accounts over the past few years, and I must say that this book is an eye-opening experience for me. I only wish this book was available a few years ago. Every time I talk to my merchant provider, I keep hearing that I’m getting the lowest rate, and I truly believe. Now, I will be doing the talking in my next call.
This is a must read for every person who wants to understand the behind the scene of credit card processing. If you are confused about your fees, rates, and other charges on your merchant account statement, this is your book. Straightforward book without fluff. You can call it the payment processing bible. This best part of this book is the detailed steps on how to fight the “crooks”. I’m blown away. Finally, somebody who can call the bad companies what they are, really!
Book Description from Amazon:
Do you want to discover how your credit card processor is ripping you off?
This captivating book is written for individuals and small-business owners who accept credit and debit card payments.
The book exposes the deception and unethical business practices of merchant account providers, processors and equipment leasing companies in the United States and Canada.
The book provides a step-by-step guide to understanding the various aspects of your merchant account.
It reveals many of the dubious and deceitful practices that some of the service providers engage in, and alerts you to potential pitfalls in your contract and monthly statement.
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