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topcreditcardprocessors.com Announces Best Merchant Services for August 2014

NAPLES, FL--(Marketwired - August 25, 2014) - The independent authority on merchant services, topcreditcardprocessors.com, has named the top merchant services in the payment processing industry for the month of August 2014. These rankings consist of the best credit card processing companies which provide merchants with a comprehensive solution for accepting payments even beyond credit cards. The rankings are created by the independent research team through meticulous testing and analysis to establish which payment processors provide the best solutions.

The 50 top merchant services for August 2014 are:

1. CardConnect

2. BankCard USA

3. Fattmerchant

4. Quantum Merchant Services

5. MerchantService.com

6. Global Processing Systems Inc

7. National Bankcard

8. Merchants Bancard, Inc. (MBN)

9. ACOM Solutions

10. Yoozy

11. Credit Card Processing Specialists

12. Regal Payment Systems

13. TransFirst

14. Leap Payments

15. Meritus Payment Solutions

16. National Processing

17. SecureTrading Ltd.

18. Global Payments Inc.

19. Chase Paymentech Solutions

20. IPayment

21. East Commerce Solutions

22. Priority Payment Systems

23. Certified Payment Processing

24. Network Merchants, Inc (NMI)

25. CyberSource Corp.

26. Govolution

27. 1st National Processing

28. EPX

29. Electronic Payment Systems

30. Crescent Processing Company

31. DIGITAL CHECK CORP

32. Breadcrumb

33. BC Funding

34. Merchant Express

35. MersaTech

36. Merchant Cash Group

37. On Deck

38. Ace Software Solutions

39. PayLeap

40. Maverick BankCard, Inc.

41. Rev Worldwide

42. Swift Pay Systems

43. Merchant Solutions

44. Total Merchant Services

45. Ace Merchant Processing

46. Heartland Payment Systems, Inc.

47. Premium Capital Group

48. MERCHANT SERVICES Solutions

49. Allied Wallet

50. Affinity Solutions

Each month the best merchant services are put through a meticulous evaluation process in order to determine which vendor is the best credit card processing company. The process involves an in-depth analysis of the top performing merchant services in areas including efficiency, customer support, competitive rates, reliability, and variance. Client references of competing merchant services are contacted in order to obtain their unique inputs and suggestions on the services they have used.

ABOUT topcreditcardprocessors.com

topcreditcardprocessors.com is a well-known independent authority on credit card processors. The key purpose of topcreditcardprocessors.com is to uncover and publish those individuals or agencies providing the best payment processing solutions all over the world. A specialized team of researchers examine thousands of applicants each month who are seeking to be ranked as a top payment processing product or service by the independent authority.

To view the recommendations of the top merchant services visit:

http://www.topcreditcardprocessors-us.com/best-merchant-services

Vendors interested in being evaluated can visit:

http://www.topcreditcardprocessors-us.com/apply-for-ranking

Marc Stephens
800-874-2458
9045 Strada Stell Ct.
Naples, FL 34109

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