Accepting credit and debit card payments with Chase
Accept payments from your customers with Chase1
Scotiabank has partnered with Chase to provide you with exceptional payment processing, so you can accept payments from your customers in-store, online, or on-the-go.
Competitive rates for your debit and credit card processing
Free deposits with Scotiabank Business Account Plan3
Next business day funding4
24/7 Customer support
Security and reliability of a trusted branded
Visit Chase Credit Card Processing Solutions for details about their range of point-of-sale terminals, advance e-commerce solutions and real-time, secure online reporting.
Merchants who wish to obtain payment processing services from Chase must submit an application. All applications are subject to credit approval and entering into a Merchant Agreement with Chase.
The $300 offer is provided by Chase Merchant Services (“Chase”) and is exclusive to Scotiabank customers. To qualify, merchants must be referred by Scotiabank, submit a completed application to Chase on or before December 15, 2020 and enter into a Merchant Agreement for the purchase all of their credit and debit card processing services from Chase. All applications are subject to Chase’s standard approval policy and procedures, including without limitation credit approval.
The offer is not available to
(i) merchants who have an existing payment processing agreement with Chase;
(ii) merchants depositing their payment card transactions into a non-Scotiabank banking account;
(iii) merchants who otherwise qualify for promotional, preferred, group or other special or discounted pricing from Chase;
(iv) merchants who enter into a Merchant Agreement to purchase only Chase Mobile Checkout PlusSM;
(v) merchants who have not submitted any transactions for processing by Chase within 60 days of the date of approval of their application, or
any merchant whose Merchant Agreement is terminated during the first 6 months of its term.
Chase reserves the right to determine which merchants are eligible to receive the offer and is under no obligation to deem a merchant eligible. The $300 amount will only be applied to one merchant account and only once over the course of the merchant’s relationship with Chase, within 24-32 weeks after processing begins. This offer is subject to withdrawal or change at any time without notice. Offer cannot be combined with other Chase offers. Scotiabank is not responsible for this offer but a referral to Chase may result in a commission fee being paid to Scotiabank.
Deposit Fees are waived for Chase Merchant Services customers using the Scotiabank Business Account Plan. The Basic Business Account is excluded. Customers are subject to a transaction fee for each of their Visa*, Mastercardard** and Interac***deposit transactions if they process payments with a service provider other than Chase Merchant Services.
Next-day funding is available to Chase Merchant Services customers for Visa, MasterCard and Interac card transactions only. Next-day funding is subject to merchant credit approval and all funds are subject to fraud monitoring. Qualifying funds are deposited on the next business day, excluding weekends and bank holidays.
Chase and the Octagon logo are registered trademarks of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Visa is a registered trademark owned by Visa International Service Association and used under license.
Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.
Interac and the Interac logo are registered trade-marks of Interac Corp. Used under license.
Your access to and use of any products and services offered by the above third party providers is governed solely by their terms and conditions. The Bank of Nova Scotia (“Scotiabank”) is not responsible for, and provides no representations, warranties or conditions regarding, any third party products or services, including those of the companies featured above. In some cases, a referral by Scotiabank to these companies may result in a commission fee being paid to Scotiabank