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You have several options for your free rate comparison:
1) Fax your current processing statement to (239) 549-5675.
2) e-mail us a copy of your current processing statement.
3) Bring in your current processing statement to our Cape Coral office.

We are confident we can save you money.

Card Systems, Inc. enables you to accept all forms of payment with confidence. Not only do we offer our merchants competitive pricing, we have the best service in the industry with customer service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our team provides credit, debit and electronic processing solutions for small and large businesses. Our nationwide network is specifically designed to handle electronic funds transfer with speed, reliability and flexibility.

Why Process With Us?

Card Systems upholds the expertise and consistency to enable merchants to accept credit cards, debit cards and checks. Our portfolio of products and services allow us to integrate with POS systems. From the establishment of a merchant account to our technologically sophisticated Secure Payment Gateway, Card Systems provides a one-stop shop for all types of transaction processing.

We’re here to help you, so feel free to CONTACT US with any questions.

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There has been an increase in the number of Application Security Attacks and Attacks via Remote Access (Brute Force Password Attacks). The holidays are an especially attractive time to exploit weaknesses in passwords and unpatched systems.

Application Security is the security (or lack thereof) of the applications running on your network. For retailers these could include POS systems, Mobile device operating systems and back-end office systems.

How to protect against Brute Force Password Attacks: