Payment Processing Comparison

Get a no-obligation payment processing cost comparison


Fidelity Bank proudly partners with BASYS Processing to provide credit card processing. In addition to being a convenient and safe way for your business to accept payments, it is also quite affordable. 

We believe you could be getting better credit card processing services at or below your current costs. Let us prove it with a no-obligation cost comparison. If we can’t beat the cost of your current processing program, we’ll give you $100*.

To get started, simply complete the contact form below, and a member of our team will promptly reach out to you to collect your three most recent monthly credit card processing statements and perform a complimentary analysis.

*Certain restrictions apply. Offer may be discontinued at any time without notice. If awarded, the $100 offer will be paid in a VISA® gift card. Allow 60 days from such notification for delivery. Limit one payment per merchant tax ID. The cost comparison will be based on a calculation of the overall cost for comparable services, as determined by the processing statements you provide, and will exclude all one-time fees. Merchant must process a minimum of $60,000 in annual credit card sales to qualify for this offer. Comparison applies to processing program fees only. It does not apply to equipment or software fees. Offer available only to merchants in the United States. Payments made to this offer may be considered taxable income and merchant is responsible for all applicable taxes. 

Merchants that do not qualify: Merchants considered to be high risk or not approved by our processor’s credit policy; merchants currently processing with us; merchants that have requested a cost comparison through us within the last 12 months; merchants participating in a credit card services program designed specifically for franchisees, trade associations or member associations or merchant whose current pricing is below standard card organization fees.

Does your business process an average of $60,000 in annual credit card sales?