Accept Credit Card Payments At Your Vacation Rental

Here’s a guest post by April Navarro, a Sales Executive at eCom Merchant Solutions, Inc. &

Accept credit cards at your vacation rentals

As the industry leaders in customer service, we have now launched our subsidiary company, eReservation SOLUTIONS specifically for our niche market the vacation rental industry! We are also now the leading providers of credit card processing for vacation rental home owners and managers. Combined, the eReservation Solutions staff make up an excellent task force of VR specialists who are happy to guide you through the sometimes daunting task of running your own business. We are a great resource for ALL your VR related questions, not just credit card services.

“We Speak VR! and we are happy to be of service to you!”

Our services allow our vacation rental owners to better serve their guests, while we keep our fees very low, and increase their occupancy and profits. The credit card processing solution we offer vacation rental owners is affordable and completely tailored to the needs of rental owners and managers.

In today’s economy, and with more travelers using credit cards because of the rewards that they get when using them, the need to accept credit cards for everything from the initial reservation to the payment for the guest stay, is growing ever more popular!  The experienced team at eReservation Solutions has put together a low cost, comprehensive program that will allow you to accept credit & debit cards with ease; making it convenient for both you and your valued guest!

Check out the rates offered by eReservation Solutions:

No set-up fee
No annual fee
No Closure fee
2.24% credit Qualified discount rate
2.19% debit Qualified discount rate
$0.15 per transaction
$10 monthly or $105 annual PCI maintenance fee
$5 statement fee
$10 gateway access fee
$0.20 per Transaction fee

Contact April Navarro at 503.496.387 or

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Accept credit cards at your vacation rental

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