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    wells fargo or cdgcommerce for merchant account

    I can get a merchant account through Wells Fargo where I have my business account. I compared their prices to cdgcommerce, which, based on the reviews here, is my top other choice. cdgcommerce beats WF by 0.07% on the discount rate, and $5/month on the fees; WF beats cdgcommerce on the chargeback fee. I'm leaning toward WF because it ties all my business banking in one place. Any recommendations? Thanks!

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    Pick WF - they are pretty good - a lot of our customers using them for years

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    I wouldn't recommend Wells Fargo for anything, is amazing that people still use them for anything. CDGCommerce is a great merchant provider and their support is better than anything WF will give you.

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    well, WF will tie you into a long contract and charge you a crapload if you have to cancel it.. go with CDG.

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    CDG all the way. Plus, they have great rates for WHT members: http://www.cdgcommerce.com/wht/
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    Kris, can you tell me specifically what is so bad about Wells Fargo. We've been really happy with our business account there.

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    Thanks for the kind words, VanHost, shaxs & kris1351.
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