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FD-35 PIN Pad

Description

The First Data FD-35 device goes beyond the simple PIN pad. This comprehensive, consumer-facing device not only accepts PIN-based debit transactions and swipes traditional payment cards, it is enabled to accept chip-and-PIN cards (aka EMV), which allow customers to initiate and process their own transactions without relinquishing control of their cards. It also enables contactless transactions, as well as mobile phone payments that include the ability for merchants to drive loyalty and repeat business by generating and redeeming special offers via consumers' mobile phones.

FD55

Description

The FD55 terminal is an economical point-of-sale terminal that enables merchants to accept virtually every payment option—PIN-secured and signature debit, Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®, Discover®, Diners Club International® and JCB®, plus EBT (electronic benefits transfer).

FD400Ti Wireless

Description

Many businesses, such as in-home services or trade-show retailers, operate and receive payment for services in remote locations. Traditional wired terminals are not portable or require power and communication outlets that are often not available.

FD300Ti

Description

Many business owners operate in a multi-merchant environment – doctors and dentists, beauticians and nail technicians, attorneys and accountants, to name just a few. When all sales take place at a single payment processing terminal, transactions are typically lumped together on one statement.

FD200Ti

Description

Despite the ongoing move to electronic forms of payment, forty percent of consumers still pay for in-store purchases with a paper check at least once a week. Further, eight percent of payments at the retail point of sale are made with checks – and that’s business no one wants to turn away.

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