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EnablePay Announces Special Payments Processing Program for Doctors, Dentists And Other Health Care Professionals
Date:3/31/2009

Special $25 Monthly Fee for Copayments

Mineola, NY (PRWEB) March 31, 2009 -- EnablePay Direct, Inc. (www.EnablePay.com), the nation's lowest cost provider of merchant services, is pleased to announce a new debit and credit card processing program available to doctors, dentists, chiropractors, podiatrists and other health care professionals.

The program is available to all health care professionals who allow their patients to make copayments using debit and credit cards. Under the program, EnablePay will process all copayments for a flat, total monthly fee of $25 (plus the actual interchange costs of processing). Medical professionals that accept cards as payment for other services will have access to the same EnablePay flat-fee savings platform that is currently available to all merchants.

According to Stephen Erickson, CEO of EnablePay, "The health services community is being overcharged by the electronic payments industry, and we invite health care providers to take advantage of the powerful savings currently being enjoyed by EnablePay's merchant customers. This program will substantially reduce the cost of card acceptance for those health care professionals that currently accept cards as payment, and we hope it will encourage those that do not accept cards to start providing this convenient payment method to their patients."

Unlike other payment processors, with EnablePay there are no hidden fees, no statement fees, no batch fees, no surcharges and no cancellation fees, and terminals and other equipment are always available at actual cost. Health care providers interested in the program are encouraged to contact EnablePay at 866-509-1322, or to visit http://www.EnablePay.com to find out more about EnablePay.

About EnablePay Direct
EnablePay Direct is the merchant service provider of choice for savvy retailers and professionals focused on growing their businesses by accepting card payments. The company provides smart savings, plus personal service for debit and credit card payment transactions in retail and other industries. Merchants and professionals save money with a single, low monthly flat rate for access to card payment processing services at actual cost, and trained customer service and technical support professionals are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. EnablePay is a registered ISO/MSP for HSBC Bank USA, National Association, Buffalo, N.Y. (NYSE Symbol: HBC). For more information, please visit http://www.EnablePay.com

Media Contact
Patrick M. Creaven
Executive Vice President
516-535-7834

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