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Non-Qualified Credit Card Rate

A Non-Qualified rate fee is the worst rate possible for processing a credit card. A merchant is charged a non-qualified rate for transactions that the merchant account provider (i.e. the bank) feels are high risk.

The non-qualified rate will be substantially higher than the Qualified and Mid-Qualified Rate.

A merchant is charged a non-qualified rate for credit cards that are processed without Address Verification. A merchant may also experience a non-qualified rate for transactions from foreign countries.

Depending on the bank that provides your merchant account, you may not be able to do non-qualified transactions. Some banks prohibit them all together.

Non-Qualified rates are often double that of the Qualified Rate.


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