eCheck.net®

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Boost your sales with our exclusive, fully integrated electronic check payment method, eCheck.Net®. With eCheck.Net, you can accept and process payments from consumer and corporate bank accounts directly from your Web site, or through the Authorize.Net Virtual Terminal and Batch Upload tools. You can also convert paper checks received in the mail, a drop-box or at the point of sale, into electronic payments. By accepting electronic checks, you expand the payment options available to new and existing customers, enhancing customer loyalty and potentially increasing sales.

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Gain Incremental Sales

eCheck.Net is a popular option because it replaces the need for paper checks—one of the most widely used non-cash payment types today.

  • Offer a convenient and additional payment option that can lead to more sales.
  • Sell to customers who do not have credit cards or prefer to pay directly from their bank account.
  • Enable direct business-to-business transactions.

Reduce Transaction Costs

eCheck.Net reduces the cost and inconvenience of processing paper checks and other payment methods.

  • Lower rates than credit cards or PayPal®.
  • Minimize costs associated with manually processing paper checks including deposits, reconciliation, and returns.
  • Convert paper checks received in the mail, a drop-box or at the point of sale into electronic transactions.
  • Qualify for special rates depending on transaction volume or business category.

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eCheck.net Sales Sheet (PDF, 259KB)
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