Linda Ferzoco on wed 22 aug 07
I work with a non-profit and we've been talking about using a credit
card machine for charges during our upcoming fundraiser. I'd love to
hear recommendations from this group, since I think potters and non-
profits have similar concerns about expenses. Hell, many potters ARE
Rikki Gill on wed 22 aug 07
Go to the Potters Council website and look for their 'benifits' page.
They have a really good credit card set up that I use. I like it very much.
Set up is easy, and payment is put into your bank account in about two days.
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From: "Linda Ferzoco"
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2007 11:07 AM
Subject: Credit Card Charges
>I work with a non-profit and we've been talking about using a credit
> card machine for charges during our upcoming fundraiser. I'd love to
> hear recommendations from this group, since I think potters and non-
> profits have similar concerns about expenses. Hell, many potters ARE
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Jim Willett on mon 27 aug 07
Not sure if you are US or Canada but the best credit card machine set up
re charges in Canada was at Costco! Visa, MC and debit on one machine and
money goes in bank quick. Nova Systems.
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