PETALUMA, Calif. – CrossCheck, Inc., a leading provider of check guarantee and electronic check processing services to the building supply industry, has joined the National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA). Special group pricing on payment services including electronic check processing and standard check guarantee will be available to the association membership.
Services for NHLA members include CrossCheck's Remote Deposit Capture Plus service that electronically processes check payments for deposit without a trip to the bank. Enhancements that benefit building supply businesses include a COD check service that can be used for deliveries and a Future Deposit program. With Future Deposit, NHLA members can accept two to four checks from a customer for a single sale. The checks are electronically processed and scheduled for deposit over a period of time, giving the customer additional time to pay.
"CrossCheck's check processing services provide several benefits for the building supply industry. Our guarantee service enables businesses to accept check payments, including business checks and those for large amounts, with less risk and less worry. New services, including our Remote Deposit Capture Plus, save time and money by eliminating trips to the bank," said J. David Siembieda, CrossCheck President and CEO.
"NHLA is committed to providing valuable services and programs as part of our membership benefits. We are excited about having CrossCheck as a part of our membership and look forward to having their payment programs available to our members," said John Hester, NHLA Marketing Director.
About the National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA)
The National Hardwood Lumber Association was founded in 1898 to establish a uniform system of grading rules for the measurement and inspection of hardwood lumber. NHLA is the world’s largest and oldest hardwood industry association, representing more than 1,200 companies and one million hardwood families that produce, use and sell North American hardwood lumber, or provide equipment, supplies or services to the hardwood industry. As such, NHLA strives to offer programs to meet the needs of all sectors of the hardwood industry at all career stages. For more information on the association and its programs, please call (901) 377-1818 or visit www.nhla.com.
About CrossCheck, Inc.
CrossCheck, Inc., an established leader in the payments industry, processes and approves billions of dollars worth of check transactions annually for retail and dealer outlets throughout the U.S. For more than 29 years, its goal has been to increase merchants’ profits by providing efficient and affordable check approval, guarantee and conversion services that can help increase sales and reduce risk. The company has offices in Petaluma, California, Phoenix, Arizona and Dallas, Texas. Their suite of services includes check conversion technology, ACH, web-based transactions and remote deposit capture products. Visit www.cross-check.com for more information.