Easy Soft offers merchant accounts, exclusively for law firms.
What’s a ‘merchant account?’
We’re glad you’re asking. Our merchant services offer payment solutions for your clients, from credit cards to debit cards.
A law firm merchant account is the processing component of credit card charges and debit transactions. When clients want to pay by credit card, credit cards processing goes through a merchant account to issue the charge and transfer payment to you. It’s the same process for debit card remittances.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston estimates there are more than 609.8 million credit cards held by US consumers, with an average of 3.5 credit cards per person. The modern economy is driven by consumer spending via credit card for current charges and as personal loans. Credit cards have become the way for lawyers to get paid on time and in full.
Opening a law firm merchant account through Easy Soft will dramatically increase law firm cash flow, reduce overdue accounts, and minimize collection efforts. Because our merchant account is designed specifically for law offices, we’re your best credit card merchant account option.
Now, for a limited time, Easy Soft is offering a $249 rebate towards your next software purchase when you sign up for our law firm merchant account. We recommend that you pair your merchant account with Easy TimeBill, our law office billing software, and Easy Trust, our attorney trust accounting software.
When you partner our merchant services account with our legal billing software and our trust accounting software, you empower your law firm to issue bills with advance retainer deposits submitted by credit card.
What you have to offer clients are the time and expertise involved in your professional services. Once you render those services, you can’t repossess them, as you would a car in a delinquent loan payment situation. The time to get paid is the month in which you render the services. How you get paid is through advance retainer deposits, regular invoices, and online payment acceptance, using an Easy Soft merchant account and software products.
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