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Ingenico ict250 smWhat’s important when choosing a credit card machine?
There are hundreds of different credit card machines out there as competitive products are available from various suppliers and older models continue to be supported by credit card processors. If you’ve been glancing through credit card terminal reviews on the Internet, you probably realize already that not all machines are created equal and most importantly not all machines comply with today’s PCI security standards. Now an entire new line of machines are available with advanced EMV smart card and NFC tap and go functionality to process the latest cards.

We’ve worked with thousands of terminals and clients know firsthand which machines work best. Not all machines are the same, but we know that our clients typically don’t have the time to read a lot of merchants’ credit card processing machine reviews and compare Hypercom, Verifone, Ingenico, First Data, or any of the other current or past manufacturers such as Exadigm, Nurit, Lipman, LinkPoint, RDM, Magtek, or Pax to determine which machine is the best for you. So, we’ve used real-world metrics like reliability and speed because no one really cares how much RAM is included—what you really care about is whether the machine actually works and processes payments quickly and reliably.

Do you want to see the machines in action? Please click on the videos below:
Ingenico iCT250 The Ingenico iCT250, iCT220 and iWL250 all function identically.
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Today all machines come with built-in thermal printers, keypads that can be used as PIN Pads, and support all transaction types. So we’ve identified the key differences that you need to know when choosing a credit card terminal. All our machines support credit, debit, gift cards, electronic checks, and all transactions types such as sale, void, refund, tips, etc.

Our Top Pick:

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