●Does YapStone accept credit cards?
YapStone’s payment solutions accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
●Does YapStone support eCheck?
YapStone’s payment solutions include both eCheck acceptance (electronic debit from consumer bank account) and ACH payouts (electronic transfers to merchants in fragmented markets) at competitive rates.
●What payment channels does YapStone offer?
YapStone supports multiple payment channels: online, mobile applications, email, phone, text message and in-person.
●What payment methods does YapStone offer?
YapStone supports multiple payment methods: credit card, debit card, ACH (echeck), cash (via partners) and check scanning.
●How long does it take to get started with YapStone?
YapStone partners who expect to process less than $200,000 in credit card volume annually may qualify for same-day, automated approval for payment processing. Contact our business development team to learn more.
●How long does it take to receive money after a transaction is processed?
Depending on the transaction type, YapStone customer accounts may qualify for funding in three (3) business days or less.
●What are the unique features of the YapStone API?
The YapStone API offers several unique features, including: 1) an end-to-end payment solution including credit card, debit card and eCheck; 2) support for splitting off service fee or commission payments from the principal transaction amount; 3) management of disbursement payouts to sub-merchants, including delayed disbursement functionality; 4) automated onboarding; 5) tokenization for PCI compliance.
●What type of transaction reporting does YapStone offer?
YapStone partners are enabled with industry-leading transaction reporting tools to maximize our payment solution. Our reporting tools give our partners the ability to customize reports for their needs. For example, partners can organize sub-merchant accounts into a parent-child hierarchy, enabling in-depth views of transaction activity at any level needed. Reports are available in real time, organized for readability by sub-merchant and/or payer and provide seamless reconciliation with bank deposits.