NAB Says Wireless Payment Options Are Critical to Flea Markets

There’s a reason why North American Bancard has become one of the most trusted and well-recognized leaders in credit card processing services. It goes without saying that NAB knows what it’s talking about. And on the company’s most recent blog post, NAB shares some valuable insight into the ways in which wireless payments are helping …   Read More

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There’s a reason why North American Bancard has become one of the most trusted and well-recognized leaders in credit card processing services.

It goes without saying that NAB knows what it’s talking about. And on the company’s most recent blog post, NAB shares some valuable insight into the ways in which wireless payments are helping flea markets and their various vendors.

Flea markets are fun, swarming environments where like-minded, independent merchants can earn money for their passions with minimal overhead. Nonetheless, it’s important to have a means for accepting payments in all different forms, even in the most remote of settings.

The perfect solution here is wireless payments, NAB says, highlighting some of the flea-market merchants with the most to gain:

  •  Antique Sellers

Antique sales can be lucrative for people who know the trade. Depending on the culture of a particular region, you might do well with art nouveau prints, art deco frames or even dishware dating back to the colonial period. But whether you’re selling things from the 1750s or the 1950s, you’ll make the most money by accepting all forms of payment.

  • Home Craft Sellers

Home craft-making is an enjoyable pastime for anyone with a creative spirit. From baskets and kites to ceramics and crochets, there are certain handmade staples that sell well at flea markets. The ultimate dream for the average home-craftsperson is to earn a living off his or her passion. Having crafts that sell is your first step; having a means to process payments is the next.

To read more, check out the official North American Bancard Blog.

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