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SCRS’ New Merchant Services Provider Extends Incentive Offer to Association Members

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) announced that the organization has secured a new contract for merchant services for association members. The new merchant services agreement has been signed with Total Merchant Services (TMS), and the company has extended an introductory incentive to all SCRS members. Any new or returning SCRS member who signs on with TMS through the SCRS program before Jan. 1, 2012, will receive $150 — equivalent to half of a general member’s annual dues payment.

Total Merchant Services is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau and offers the following benefits to SCRS members:
• Low interchange rates simplified and easy to understand
• No cancellation fees
• No set up fees
• Free equipment
• Dedicated account rep to SCRS members

To take advantage of the special promotion, contact SCRS Account Representative Joe Forkner at (480) 580-9430 or email [email protected]. Members can schedule a free, comprehensive review to find out how much they can save on their merchant accounts and what alternative payment options or cash advances are available. This offer is only available to SCRS members.

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