Associations, Franchises, and Organizations

Partnering with NDMS can help you and your members with advanced industry-specific products and services. By aggregating payment volume from all association/franchise members, NDMS is able to offer the most competitive rates in the industry while providing the quality of service your members expect as part of your endorsement.

NDMS' referral program can help your group or association attract new members and increase member loyalty while creating a new revenue stream for you. Our referral program offers incentives, bonuses, customized marketing campaigns, local and national sales representatives to assist with your members, consultation for members' current processing rates, technical training, and full suite point-of-sale and eCommerce solutions.

Partnering with NDMS has many advantages for your members, and will reflect positively on your association as well:

  • 24/7/365 support: our expert team offers your customers support for all things payments related around the clock.
  • Customized solutions for any size merchant: from small to enterprise to everything in between, we have a payment solution to fit every business's needs.
  • eCommerce, web, and mobile capabilities: we are experts in online payments and have a large variety of online and mobile options.
  • ACH and electronic checks: your merchants can be set up to accept ACH/electronic check payments as well as payment cards.
  • Next day funding: NDMS offers next day funding in many cases.
  • Low processing fees: we work to get your merchants the best possible rates for every type of payment.
  • Fraud prevention tools and PCI compliance support: NDMS can help keep your merchants safe by reducing their exposure to hacking, skimming, phishing, and more.
  • Multiple payment options: recurring billing, card on file, secure vault, robust online reporting, secure data storage, and more.

Contact us today to learn more about about all that NDMS has to offer for your group or association.

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