Updating your Merchant Account

Updating your Merchant Account

If you’re only making minimal changes – for example, keying a card at curbside instead of swiping in your store – there is nothing that needs to be done in order to keep processing during the crisis. If you are making a more fundamental change – for example, adding a new ecommerce section to your …

MX Merchant

Every Dharma merchant account includes access to a Merchant Exchange (mxmerchant.com). account. MX Merchant has a built-in Virtual Terminal you can use to manage the entire payment process. You can take payments, store your customers credit cards, and even set up recurring billing. You can use the MX Merchant gateway on any desktop device via …

Contactless payments

Contactless payments (e.g. Apple Pay or Google Pay) let you accept payments without your customer needing to touch your terminal keypad – they can simply place a contactless card or smartphone near the terminal to authorize the payment. Newer Verifone Vx520 terminals (those with four lights at the top of the terminal) and all First …

Clover

The Clover Mini can accept contactless payments, which lets you accept payments without your customer needing to touch your terminal keypad – they can simply place a contactless card or smartphone near the terminal to authorize the payment. For businesses already using Clover that have moved to take-out or curbside pick-up only, the Clover Flex …

Authorize.net & NMI gateways

If your needs include moving to a third-party ecommerce or shopping site, you may need a gateway to connect the site to Dharma. A payment gateway is the online-equivalent of a credit card terminal. The payment gateways’ job is to encrypt, and then securely authorize a credit card transaction. Payment gateways are fundamentally required when accepting …

Accepting Sales via 4G / LTE connection

Many rural merchants, farmers’ markets, or other “mobile” merchants need a reliable, easy way to take payments without a dedicated internet/WiFi connection. That’s where using the cellular networks comes in. Many wireless terminals are stuck on the older, slower 3G networks – and as such, if you use one of those terminals you may experience connection issues, or simply not be able to process wirelessly. Obviously, that’s not workable.

MX Merchant – Roles and Permissions

All new accounts come with access to MX Merchant. By default, the “main” user account that we create will be an Admin account. This allows you to have full permissions, and create additional users. View the chart to see a full breakdown.