Where can I get new Mastercard/VISA/Discover/Debit window decals/clings? I would think these would be provided free of charge by Merchant Processing?

We need new Window clings/decals for VISA/MasterCard/Discover/Debit advertising.  I would think this would be readily available free of charge for businesses as a marketing tool through Intuit Merchant Processing. I keep getting different numbers to call and no information on line.

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Welcome to the Intuit Community, accountant.

I want to help you get the right support who can assist you with the credit card decals concern.

You have the ability to create your own credit card logo on your website to increase sales. You can visit the link I've attached below to generate your customized credit card logo:

https://quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/credit-card-logos/.

To learn more if window decals are available, you can consult our Merchant Team Support. You can contact them through this link (scroll-down to QuickBooks Payments):

https://community.intuit.com/browse/payments-contact-us.

Please keep me posted on how this goes, I’m just a couple of clicks away. Wishing you continued success.

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