Certified Payment Processing (CPP) has been named one of the Top Thirty Credit Card Processors by topcreditcardprocessors.com for the second year (view press release). Merchant service providers were assessed on their achievements in automation, customer service, sales volume, reliability and stability of service. The process involves market analysis, service evaluations, comparisons and contrast reports. Customers’ feedback is also taken into account to discuss overall reliability and performance of the service.
Certified Payment Processing offers various merchant services and electronic payment processing equipment, including terminals and peripherals to process payments, credit and debit cards, checks, gift cards etc.
“We are honored to receive this recognition again this year,” say Tony Norrie, General Manager of CPP. “I think it speaks to the great team we have here at CPP, as well as our long history of providing our clients with quality products, valuable merchant services and ongoing customer care.”
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