Imagine a world where businesses and consumers could scan checks, upload the images via the web, and quickly determine if the checks are valid. Better yet, imagine if those same stakeholders could continue the process by depositing the checks, all without visiting a bank or leaving their offices. It could be a foolproof system, but on this date, April 1, (aka “April Fool’s Day”), the reality is that free online check verification doesn't exist ― never has and probably never will.Read More
If you have ever wondered if you should be working at CrossCheck, then the answer is a resounding “yes!”CrossCheck is a dynamic and stable company that has provided payment guarantee solutions to U.S. merchants since 1983.
The privately held organization is committed to attracting and retaining a great team of employees in order to continue that success. Whether you’re new to the workforce, or simply a veteran seeking greener pastures, then working at CrossCheck might be the next stop on your road to fame and fortune.
So without further ado, here are the top five reasons for working at CrossCheck:
- You are new to the workforce.
- You want excellent employee benefits.
- You want a job that suits your lifestyle.
- You want a career that offers good earnings potential.
- You value employment growth opportunities.
Videos can be a great method of captivating audiences with entertaining visuals. CrossCheck understands this value and works to produce a video whenever the opportunity presents itself. The company has produced a variety of videos over the years that shed some light on CrossCheck and the people behind it. Whether it is a recruiting video, a testimonial, or a fun video, there will always be some hint of CrossCheck flare in the content.Read More
“I know check guarantee services are convenient, but how on earth can they be profitable?”
I’m glad you asked.
Check processing services save time and money, the guarantee factor mitigates the risk of accepting bad ones, and optional premium services can further increase sales. Together, this trifecta is the essence of “check processing made profitable” that may be summarized as follows:
- Check Guarantee Prevents Returned Checks
- Check Processing Means More Sales
- Check Acceptance Rates Matter
Since checks are still a popular form of consumer payment, refusing them all together may be cutting out a slice of the proverbial pie ― a slice of profits that is. Additionally, checks are more cost effective for merchants with low profit margins when compared to the high cost of card processing fees. By accepting checks, however, merchants run the risk of having checks returned which equates to money lost. Every bit of revenue counts when running a business, so returned checks are not anyone’s cup of tea. This is where check guarantee companies come into play.Read More
CrossCheck presented its Company Update & 2018 Employee Recognition Award Ceremony on Feb. 27 at the headquarters in Petaluma with staff from the Irving, Texas Telesales office attending via conference video feed.
The event looked back on the previous calendar year, addressed 2019 projections and growth, and recognized employees with awards and prizes for their achievements and efforts. The presentation was followed by separate group luncheons in Petaluma and Irving.
Spirits were high as employees received an inspirational introduction by Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Office Chris Schumacher, who began with the company update.Read More
CrossCheck has launched a quarterly sales contest to reward its best-performing sales people. The inaugural competition began January 1 and ends March 31. Sales teams in CrossCheck’s Petaluma, Calif. and Irving, Texas offices are eligible. Next quarter's contest begins April 1.
"The efforts of our sales people enhances our public image," said Senior Vice President of Sales Charles Dortch III, "and these sales contests encourage longevity and commitment from our highly valued employees."
Salespeople placing first, second and third in the category of highest new revenue generated during Q1 will earn prizes. This contest is a part of a larger effort to recognize employees for their hard work in contributing to the ongoing success of the 35-year old company.Read More
One of CrossCheck’s finest, Senior Vice President Charles Dortch III, will be the featured speaker at a business luncheon by the Sacramento Chapter of the Auto Dealers Office Management Association (ADOMA) on Feb. 19. He will discuss the lifetime customer value offered by CrossCheck services and how they help increase sales and mitigate risk while saving time and money.
Highlights include CrossCheck's Auto Industry RDC Solution (C.A.R.S.), Flat Fee Warranty and Plus Sales (for checks declined by other vendors). He will also cover the services of two CrossCheck affiliates, Constant Processing and Qualia Collection Services.Read More
CrossCheck’s very own Brandes Elitch, director of Partner Acquisitions, has written a book, Lancia Loraymo and the Loewy Logic of Industrial Design. The work focuses on mid-1900s designer Raymond Loewy’s career and car designs, particularly the Lancia Loraymo.Read More
“Free customer service” — sounds pretty simple, doesn’t it?
Customer service has been free at CrossCheck since its inception in 1983, but it has taken considerable effort to provide merchants with useful information year after year, day or night, and even on major holidays. In an era when quality merchant support is a vanishing entity, CrossCheck’s Customer Service department remains committed to providing individualized assistance to every merchant.
The quality of the free customer service can be attributed to the dedication of a veteran management team conducting hands-on supervision and quality control measures to ensure uncompromising standards of excellence.Read More