FD-30 PIN pad discount sale $185. The FD30 combines contactless reader technology, a traditional magnetic-stripe reader and a PIN pad in one compact unit. 2010 PED compliant, it’s the newest device from First Data. The device is able to accept PIN-secured and signature debit cards, credit cards, EBT cards plus a variety of contactless cards, key fobs and mobile payment supported devices.
If you’re investing in new pin pads now, you might as well get this one if you are on First Data, because contactless payment methods are expected to explode in the next 12 months. MasterCard has already issued over 50 million contactless cards and devices. Pin debit reduces merchant risk since there are no chargebacks, plus reduces costs in most cases.
In summary, the main differences between this and other pin pad devices are:
– Interactive payment process with lights and audio cue. This keeps lines moving fast and you are more likely to convert transactions to pin debit vs signature debit.
– Accepts all credit, debit and gift contactless cards, key fobs and other form factors including POS-enabled mobile devices.
– Field-upgradable to accept new payment types and enhancements as they become available.
If you process under $1,000,000 per month, this is a fine solution if you are on the First Data network, one of the three largest in the USA.
If you process over $1,000,000 per month, you’ll want to explore a more robust CenPOS solution to increase pin debit usage.
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