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BANKCARD/MTOT DISC on Bank Statement????

What is this charge on my bank statement? BANKCARD/MTOT DISC

  • Please explain why I have this charge and if not legitimate, how can I get the $ refunded

Hi LKra,

The fee you are describing Bankcard/MTOT DISC, is your Mid and Non-Qualified transactions. These transactions include any card that was not swiped, as well as business, corporate, government and rewards card.

The difference between your Qualified and your Mid/Non-Qualified card rates will be charged at the beginning of each month.

Hope this helps.

  • I don't understand. The last credit card I processed was in Mar for $50.00. And now I'm am hit with a $74.95 fee. What gives.
  • Hi VPSteve993, Do you only use GoPayment? Or, do you use additonal services. If you do use additional services, you may have been subject to the PCI compliance fee. To resolve this issue, please call us at 800-558-9558.
  • OK, so If use paypal, on ebay or book a flight,hotel or car on line, thats what fee is for - gotcha thanks.
  • And for those of us that have the Pay as you go service and are finding these unexpected charges?
  • My boss is getting charged at the beginning of the month for $12.95 and his statement reads BankCard MTOT Disc, is that the same charge as the others?
  • Who do I talk to to STOP this payment?????  Anyone have contact info?  PLEASE SHARE!
  • I switched the bank accounts I use for credit card processing a while ago, but this charge keeps appearing on the old account. I cannot find a way to change it. This fee is $19.95 each month, and I get one for $9.95, too. I am thinking one is GoPayment and the other is IPN - but NEITHER of those accounts have any way to find out how to change which account.
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