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Auto Glass Industry Payment Solutions

on Thu, Sep 07, 2023 @ 02:32 PM By | Patrik Jorgensen | 0 Comments | Building Materials Auto Aftermarket Auto Repair Mobile Pay ACH
In the world of auto glass manufacturing, selling, and installation, convenience and efficiency are essential for both businesses and customers. Credit cards are quick and easy but usually carry a heavy surcharge. By comparison, CrossCheck has the services to streamline the process from manufacturing to wholesale, to merchant, to installation, at less cost and with less hassle.
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Auto dealers: Use Checks to Avoid Credit Card Surcharges

Auto dealerships often find themselves grappling with the dilemma of ensuring a smooth payment process while maintaining customer satisfaction. Surcharging fees on credit card payments can quickly complicate that process. As dealerships strive to strike a balance between profitability and customer happiness, embracing checks emerges as a refreshing and profitable alternative. And with CrossCheck in your corner, the inherent risk in accepting checks can be completely nullified with guaranteed payment.
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Check Guarantee: We Guarantee Declined Checks

There are inherent risks associated with accepting a check for goods or services, which is where check guarantee services come in. However, not all check guarantee services are created equal when it comes to risk aversion and often will decline a check - particularly for large-ticket items - as the risk increases with the dollar volume.
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Verify and Guarantee a Check Instantly

Verify and guarantee a check instantly with CrossCheck! CrossCheck has developed a model for cost-effective and fast Check Verification and Check Guarantee that has attracted and made clients of the largest auto-dealer chain in the country, as well as some of the nation's largest veterinary chains, restaurant supply chains and natural gas delivery services. Our Check Verification and Check Guarantee services are an ideal option for all purveyors of goods and services, and especially for any business that operates on tight margins - which these days includes anything from auto dealers to grocery stores - where credit card fees will quickly turn cost prohibitive.
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Auto Repair Shops Need for Secure Check Transactions

on Fri, Apr 22, 2022 @ 12:52 PM By | Patrik Jorgensen | 0 Comments | Auto Aftermarket Increase Sales Auto Repair Check Guarantee Multiple Check
Much has been made of the inventory crunch in both the new- and used-car markets. The Covid effect has been especially difficult for the auto dealer industry as thousands of new cars are sitting idle, waiting for computer chips that continue to be in extremely low supply. Auto Repair shops are taking note as customers delay buying a new car and instead look to maintain older vehicles.
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Where to Buy Auto Parts for Modern Cars

on Mon, Sep 09, 2019 @ 07:45 AM By | Brandes Elitch | 0 Comments | Auto Aftermarket Auto Dealerships
Owning a car is expensive. The American Automobile Association (AAA) says it costs about $8,469 if you drive an average of 15,000 miles a year. But Nerdwallet gets more granular and they calculate a typical monthly cost as follows:
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Five Tools to Increase Sales at an Auto Parts Store

on Wed, May 23, 2018 @ 07:45 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | Auto Aftermarket Increase Sales
If you hear yourself saying, “we’re an auto parts store, not a savings and loan,” more often than you like, then perhaps you’ll stick around long enough to discover five tools to increase sales. It’s no wonder you feel that way given the cost of card-terminal certifications in relation to time and money. Then there’s the problem with independent garages taking an extra 60 days to pay their monthly balances or even bouncing those checks. You’re in the business of moving auto parts to legitimate wholesale and retail customers, and you want to keep it that way.
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Auto Aftermarket Sci-Fi Movie Car Costs and The Hoff

on Wed, Mar 21, 2018 @ 12:00 PM By | Andrew Donahey | 0 Comments | Auto Aftermarket
Don't hate! David Hasselhoff is huge in Germany, and as it turns out, so is the price tag on the Knight Industries Two Thousand, or just plain KITT to mere mortals such as ourselves. Lucky for us, the focus of this infographic is on the auto aftermarket cost of our favorite Sci-Fi Movie Cars and not the discography of The Hoff. (<<< "You're welcome" for that link right there!)
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Car Collectors: Why People Buy Old Cars

on Tue, Mar 20, 2018 @ 01:00 PM By | Brandes Elitch | 2 Comments | Brandes Elitch Auto Aftermarket
When you go shopping for a new car, you probably have a checklist of what you are looking for. The checklist might include some of the following things: Finances – what you can afford and likely be approved for by the bank The driving experience you get at the dealership when you take a test drive Styling preferences and brand image (e.g. luxury, near luxury, economy, etc.) Perceived quality and reliability reputation Your previous experience with the brand and the dealer Maintenance plans and other options But none of these things apply to car collectors who are looking for a specific year, make and model of a vehicle that was made 20 or 30 years ago. Actually, since the average car on the road today is 11 years old, 20 years old doesn’t seem so old anymore, does it? There are probably as many reasons why people collect and restore old cars as there are people doing it. Nostalgia
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Affordable Payments at the Transmission Shop

on Thu, Aug 17, 2017 @ 12:04 PM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | Auto Aftermarket
Jamie Jones is driving her twin teens to soccer practice and is alarmed when her 10-year-old Range Rover becomes powerless on the freeway. The engine is roaring, but the SUV feels like it is in neutral for periods lasting two or three seconds. As she will find out soon enough, the problem is a worn automatic transmission that slips between gears. Jamie and her family live in an affluent zip code near Houston, so having the high-end SUV repaired is only a minor inconvenience. But what if the family in question drives a less expensive vehicle in a more modest neighborhood? The answer is that most people will go to their local transmission shop for a diagnostic and repair estimate.
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