How To Get Your Pharmaceutical Business Approved For Merchant Card Processing

We Understand Your Business and It’s Unique Payment Needs Getting a merchant account for your Pharmaceutical business should be easy. After all, the merchant card processor is going to make money every time you process a transaction. They should be happy to have your business, right? If only that was the case. You see, your …

How To Get A High Risk Merchant Account For Your Nutraceutical Business

Skyhigh Moly Provides The Tools and Technology You Need There are more than 29,000 different nutritional supplements on the market today, according to the FDA and retail businesses in highly regulated industries, such as vitamin shops, and pharmacies, are therefore considered high-risk. Why?  Simply because the credit card processor may have an immense amount of …

How To Build Business Credit For Your Cannabis, THC, CBD, Kratom, Hemp, Edibles Small Business

Are you using credit to help finance your Cannabis, THC, CBD, Kratom, Hemp, Edibles, or similar high-risk, business venture? You’re not alone as statistics show that over 65% off all business owners use credit for business purchases.  But what’s alarming, is that only 50% of those cards are actually in the business’ name. As a business …

Give Credit Where Credit Is Due… Kratom Though Legal In Colorado Is Still Considered A High Risk Business

Here today, gone tomorrow, and back again. So is the story regarding the on again, off again ban of Kratom, an herbal drug made from the leaf of a tree grown in Southeast Asia, primarily Malaysia and Thailand. The leaves are traditionally brewed as tea or chewed and often used on the streets as an …

Cannabis Payment Processing Current Laws

Federally speaking, cannabis is still part of the Controlled Substances Act, so major banks that often will provide easily accessible financial support and loans, will not themselves available to any businesses related to marijuana, CBD oil or hemp products, especially if they are a federally regulated institution they, “won’t process payments for businesses participating in federally prohibited …