Author Archives: S. Sulkowski

Helpful Tips for EasyPay Merchants

Helpful Tips for EasyPay Merchants Tip #1 – Don’t let a decline by your primary lender lose the sale Which conversation would you rather have? “You’re declined!” or “You’re pre-qualified!” Picture this: You’ve just run your customer’s credit through your prime lender and they’re declined. Quickly transition from your prime lender with the same information gathered […]

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Alternative Financing Option

Simple New Option to Capture Additional Sales If EasyPay is not a fit for your business, try Splitit.  This is revolutionizing the credit card industry by enabling instant consumer financing without assuming any credit risk. Available in 72 countries! Many businesses such Medical Professionals, Retail Stores both online and in store can now offer instant […]

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Need more business - How to increase your auto repair shop business.

How to increase your auto repair shop business.

Add an additional $5,000 to $15,000 per month in new business without buying anything or spending a ton on advertising. Get EasyPay Finance! Start offering your customers who are unable to pay today a chance to finance the repairs and pay nothing down today getting them back on the road and getting you the sale. […]

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Get EasyPay Finance

Give your customers a brake…offer 90 day interest free financing.

We are servicing all states except NY, VT, CT. If you have an auto repair/service shop, a custom wheels/tires store, or collision repair shop see how we can help increase sales. Feel comfortable knowing EasyPay is NOT A LEASE program…full legal compliance for auto repair financing. EasyPay Finance strives to consolidate the need for multiple […]

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EasyPay Finance for your business

Consumer Financing Made Easy – Discover EasyPay Finance

Increase Your Revenue With so many customer finance options… meet your customers’ need for payment options and increase your sales by approving your qualified customers with good, challenged or no credit. Save valuable time and frustration at point of sale.  Before your customer applies, ask the customer if they have Excellent, Good, OK or Bad […]

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