What You Need To Know About High Risk Credit Card Account Processing

Credit card processing is the lifeblood of many businesses. What does a company do when banks deem it too high of a risk to work with, though? They might turn to a high-risk credit card account processor. It is great that there are processors out there willing to take on such an account. However, what should you know about high-risk credit card account processing before committing to it? Same Services [Read More]

Everything You Need To Know About Collecting Ancient Egyptian Artifacts

Collecting allows you to celebrate your curiosities, and very few ancient civilizations have piqued the world's curiosity like ancient Egypt. How did they build pyramids, and why? They are a fascinating part of the earth's history, and wanting to own a piece of it, however small, is understandable. Adding ancient Egyptian artifacts to your collection of antiquities and focusing exclusively on ancient Egyptian artifacts are both worthwhile pursuits.  Is it legal to own artifacts? [Read More]

Keys To Remember When Implementing A Virtual Branch Solution

Financial institutions like banks are started to go virtual. It makes sense considering the convenient amenities it provides both banks and their clients. If you plan on implementing a virtual branch solution, these tips will be huge during this transition. Create a Mobile App Since your bank is starting to offer virtual services, you need a platform that customers can use to engage in these mobile banking activities. A mobile app will serve this purpose. [Read More]

Here's How To Sell Gold Jewelry When You Can't Do It In Person

The viral pandemic has affected all sectors of society, including gold buying and selling. If you need to sell gold for cash, you can still do so, but you should take current conditions into account and change what you'd do. Instead of walking into a gold-buying company with some loose gold jewelry, you'll need to take distancing and disinfection into account. Try to Get It Appraised First Chances are that when you sell the gold, it will be sold for the scrap price, meaning that you're selling the actual gold and not the piece of jewelry and its design and craftsmanship. [Read More]