I need to find a processor outside of the United States. Can you please help with suggestions and contact information?
Theresa Peters Holloway
Credit Card Operations, Merchant Cash & Capital
We don't keep a list of processors located outside of the United States. Our Resource Guide lists processors looking for ISOs, as well as many ISOs looking for agents and other types of business relationships. Some of these have offices outside of the United States or have partnerships with processors located outside of the United States. You'll have to contact the individual companies, though, to find out which ones might be able to help you.
Also, GS Online's MLS Forum would be a great place for you to post this question. Your colleagues would be able to provide recommendations and share some of their personal experiences with various processors. If you aren't already a member of the MLS Forum, you will need to register, which is quick and easy. Click on Register Today! in the upper right hand corner of our home page (www.greensheet.com) just below the login fields. Then follow the prompts. Good luck to you.
The monthly Word Search is an enjoyable way to relax. The recent March 10, 2008, issue [08:03:01] was not printed as the answers indicated. The words "contract" and "selling" were not in the actual puzzle.
We apologize that the Word Search you mentioned turned out to be a bit less relaxing for you than it should have been. You are correct; the words "contract" and "selling" are missing. Thank you for pointing this out. We also did not provide the page number for the answer key, which is on page 124. We will correct our online version of the puzzle, but there is nothing we can do about the printed version. We will endeavor to see that this does not happen again.
I am the author of the study "Why Small Businesses Fail" that is attributed to Jessie Hagen of US Bank on your Web site. Ms. Hagen was a participant in the survey, not the author, of the survey and resulting statistics. If you will check the link www.scorefoxcities.com/whybusinessesfail.htm you will see that SCORE has changed the attribution on its site.
Thank you for your prompt attention to this correction. Please reply to me when the correction has been made.
John Murphy, President
Murphy Associates, Your Marketing Department
Thank you for visiting our archives, which contain back issues of The Green Sheet and GSQ dating to 1995. And thank you for pointing out this error. The attribution you mentioned has been corrected. It first appeared in print in "Are you an entrepreneur," by Vicki M. Daughdrill, The Green Sheet, Oct. 25, 2004, issue 04:10:02. We have corrected the error online, and are most happy to no longer be perpetuating the error on the Web.
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