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GETI And Transmodus Offer ACH In Transactions Gateway


Global eTelecom Inc. and transmodus have integrated GETl’s check and ACH processing into the linked2pay payment gateway.

The arrangement between Destin, Fla.-based GETI, an electronic check, ACH, gift card and loyalty card processor, and transmodus, a Santa Rosa, Calif.-based payments technology company whose platform powers linked2pay, adds linked2pay to the products available through GETI resellers and business partners.

Merchants don’t need technical skills to install or use the service, a Nov. 19 press release said.

Linked2pay provides merchants with features for email and online payments processing.

Email with integrated payments processing includes billing by email with built-in payment processing, one-time or recurring payments, support for file virtual attachments with password option, future date payment, immediate confirmation and email receipt, reporting that includes "viewed" versus "submitted" status, and custom reports emailed on the client’s schedule and to the client’s distribution list.

The system can build and post a custom payment form in a minute and add fields that include a look-up connected to A/R, one-time or recurring payments, according to the release.

"Providing our resellers and business partners with access to resell our ACH processing within an innovative solution like linked2pay is very exciting," John Laurell, GETI vice president of technical operations, said in the release.

"Adding the GETI ACH solution to linked2pay made a world of sense and we are thrilled to be partnering with them," Robert “Jay” McShirley, transmodus CEO, said.



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