The Green Sheet Online Edition
July 14, 2008 • Issue 08:07:01
I was looking for the FAQs you used to have on your Web site and was unable to find them. I'm returning to the industry after pursuing other interests for a while, and I remember the FAQs contained the best explanations available about the various interchange categories.
We removed the Frequently Asked Questions section from our Web site temporarily so we could update the document. We are sorry for the inconvenience. As soon as we finish our revisions, we'll have the FAQs back up and easily accessible. We will also have a companion glossary of industry terms. In the meantime, "Interchange Roadmap," GSQ, Vol. 9, No. 1, January 2006, is available from our Web site in PDF format. Click on the Publications link at the top of our home page, then click the GSQ header, and follow the links from there.
Also, if you search for the word "interchange" in Fast Finder just below our logo on the upper left hand corner of our home page, you will find many informative articles about what interchange is, how it works and recent legislative developments affecting it. The articles span from 2001 to the present.
Out of the park once more
The following is excerpted from an e-mail sent to Jason Felts, author of Street SmartsSM this year:
Again, another home run with your article in this month's Green Sheet ["Make low price low priority," June 9, 2008, issue 08:06:01]. Great points and recommendations to merchant level salespeople and your ISO peers about price.
I challenge all ISOs that have inquired about a program with us to look deeper into the future of their portfolio and shift to selling great value. The byproducts become less attrition, long-term relationships and a portfolio built with a foundation. Continued success, Jason, in this industry, and I'm looking forward to your next article.
Jenna L. Padilla
Business Development - Strategic Partner Channel
Chase Paymentech Solutions LLC
Thank you for taking time to appreciate Jason for his excellent work, as well as share some of your related professional experience. If we'd had more room on this page, we would have printed your entire message. If you'd ever like to pen an article for us, please get in touch.
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