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America First Credit Union introduces new mobile payment system
Tech » Businesses can use portable credit card technology with mobile phones and tablets.
First Published Oct 22 2013 04:06 pm • Last Updated Oct 22 2013 04:06 pm

America First Credit Union is introducing a new mobile payment system for businesses that uses a portable card reader with an iPhone, iPad or Android device.

The Dot works with a mobile app and can be used in virtually any place where business is conducted, according to the Riverdale company.

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"The Dot’s mobile credit card processing makes life easier for business customers as well," said John B. Lund, president and CEO of America First. "Credit card payment is becoming the norm over paying cash or writing a check, these days."

The technology is powered by Farmington-based iTransact and is able to accept payments for phone and email orders, as well as for e-commerce transactions. To learn more about how to apply for the service, go to www.americafirst.com.

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