We’re assuming you are looking through the Pay Anywhere website, checking out all the benefits and features that our mobile payment processing solution offers. You’ve seen the features, reviewed the pricing, and maybe even filled out the form to set up an account to start accepting credit cards on your smartphone. Now, you’ve stumbled upon this blog right here.

It’s been established that Pay Anywhere is the “first true ‘no compromise’ app” in the mobile payment market. Aside from bringing affordability, convenience, and simplicity, Pay Anywhere also brings peace-of-mind to users. In particular, Pay Anywhere is powered by North American Bancard.

But wait, you haven’t heard of North American Bancard? We’ll forgive you this time. North American Bancard (NAB) plays a vital role in the financial success of businesses nationwide. NAB is one of the fastest growing merchant service providers for small to medium sized businesses in the U.S. Headquartered in Troy, Michigan and established in 1992 by CEO Marc Gardner, NAB processes more than $10 billion annually in credit card transactions for more than 100,000 businesses. The company is such a forward-thinking and technology-centric organization that in 2008, Ernst and Young awarded Founder and CEO Marc Gardner “Entrepreneur of the Year” for the Central Great Lakes region.

North American Bancard has been processing credit cards for nearly 20 years, meaning they know what they’re doing. As a registered merchant services provider and independent sales organization with VISA and MasterCard for HSBC Bank USA, N.A., Buffalo, NY and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Walnut Creek, CA, Pay Anywhere users can rest assured that each and every credit card that is swiped (or keyed in) is a safe transaction.

While there are mobile payment processing apps out there that might look appealing or pretty, doesn’t it make more sense to entrust your money, along with your customer’s money, to a company whose bread and butter actually is credit card processing? We’ll say it once more: Pay Anywhere is powered by North American Bancard.

For more information about North American Bancard, please visit www.nabancard.com. Or, ask us by commenting on this post.