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PayAnywhere recognized as the most 'handy' mobile payments solution

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On Thursday, Examiner learned that leading mobile payment solutions provider PayAnywhere has partnered with residential and commercial repair, maintenance, improvement and renovation experts Mr. Handyman, International.

The deal is the latest in a long line of agreements PayAnywhere has inked in the last two years, giving other mobile credit card payment companies a literal and figurative run for their money.

This forward-thinking new partnership means Mr. Handyman franchisees will soon be able to grow their businesses by accepting credit and debit cards wherever and whenever.

“We are thrilled that Mr. Handyman has chosen us as their one-stop shop for both storefront and mobile payment processing,” says Gene Schenberg, Vice President of Sales for PayAnywhere. “66% of all point-of-sale payments are now made with credit cards. By partnering with North American Bancard and PayAnywhere, Mr. Handyman is now poised to provide this in-demand payment option to their clients.”

“The home improvement sector is expected to continue to grow over the next five years. This partnership will allow Mr. Handyman to take advantage of that growth through seamless credit and debit card acceptance both over the phone and in the home – all at a lower processing rate than any other merchant services companies could offer,” adds J.B. Sassano, vice president of Operations for Mr. Handyman, International.



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