Clover is a very acceptable point of sale system for small businesses, as long as you understand the risks and challenges of using First Data for payment processing and hardware/software support and are pretty confident you want to use Clover for the long-haul (or you can afford to buy new equipment if Clover doesn’t work out). Also, make sure you are comfortable with the bank/merchant account you purchase Clover from because you’ll be relying on them for most support-related issues. Check out our recommendations if you think Clover is right for you.
Clover hardware becomes even more expensive if you lease it, which is what a lot of Clover resellers will try to get you to do. (Please don’t lease any payment processing or POS hardware.) As mentioned, Clover is always sold with a merchant account, so you can’t just go out and buy the hardware on your own (without signing a merchant services contract).

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Numerous different banks and other entities sell Clover — you can even buy it from Sam’s Club (not that we particularly recommend doing so). Depending on where you buy your Clover system and the accompanying First Data merchant account, you may be able to secure interchange-plus or flat-rate processing with low monthly fees, which may cost you less than your current processor. Both low-volume and high-volume businesses have the opportunity to score competitive rates with Clover, again depending on which merchant services company you go through.
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the rep Jim Minshew in NC sells this is very nice tells you what you want to hear! POS system the basic is nothing you have to buy all the apps and pay extra monthly fees. The rep said I could try it for 60 days no fees except for the card charges. I tried for 30 days and sent it back and they gave me the hardest time to do that, transferred hundreds of times, they charged me to send it back (Jim Minshew sold it as no charge and obligation free to try). THANK GOD I TERMINATED BEFORE THE 60 DAYS). it took them 2 weeks to accept the return & I was told if they didn’t receive by the 60th day I would be charged more money). 2 months later and they are still charging my account another $75 dollars for what?? I use SQUARE and couldn’t be happier. I use what I need and the fees are plain and simple, what they say they charge and no constant debits of who knows what fees! so the 1 month I used CLOVER I made sure to limit my use CC charges, they were $1700 on customer credit card use and CLOVERS fees were a total of $221+ and I will be closing my bank account cause they keep charging my account. with SQUARE I used $1900 for Customer CC and the charged my account $53.01 you do the math!
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