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Mobile Card Payments

Mobile Card Payments

Turn your mobile device into a virtual credit card terminal.

U.S. Bank’s mobile payment solution transforms smartphones and other mobile devices into mobile credit card terminals, enabling you to accept payments cost-effectively and securely anywhere, anytime.

Accept card payments on your mobile device with VirtualMerchant Mobile.

With VirtualMerchant Mobile, you’ll save time and money, and improve the sales experience for your customers. Since it supports most web-enabled mobile devices, there is no need to buy new equipment, and you can continue using your current mobile provider.

  • Supports processing for mobile environments, including card-swiped or key-entered payments
  • No card or payment information is stored on your mobile device as it’s encrypted at the time of swipe and stored immediately in a secure, hosted environment
  • Works with most Apple® and Android® products, regardless of carrier
  • Captures cardholder signatures at the time of sale (Apple and Android devices only)
  • Allows you to use your existing hardware, network infrastructure and communication providers

Download the app and get started in minutes.

Simply download the VirtualMerchant Mobile App from the app store for your mobile device, configure it with your VirtualMerchant account information and start accepting payments. You can also purchase an affordable card reader to process swiped transactions. It’s easy to use and easy to connect to your phone or tablet.

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