The upfront costs of purchasing Clover Station can be prohibitive for some merchants — the MSRP is $1,349 per station, plus another $50 if you want the new NFC-capable customer-facing receipt printer. Then it’s another $200 per station for a Clover-enabled FD40 PIN Pad if you want your system to be able to accept PIN debit and/or EBT payments. Or you can opt to add one of the portable/mobile Clover products, Clover Mini or Clover Flex, which are capable of processing any payment type out-of-the-box and retail from $499-$599. (This does not include Clover’s software fees, which typically range from about $14 to $49/month.)
not worth the money. Company purchased these, we are unable to print out the reports we need, the clover was a bit misleading as to what it can actually do. we took a step down when we purchased these guys. Their tech support is not so helpful the calls are always very muffled, and they seem to not know very much. While it is easy to use for a sale, I would not count on the advanced features as any training features just does not cut it.
The Clover Mini, as its name implies, is smaller than the full Clover Station, but is still designed for use in a fixed location. (Looking for portability in-store or at a restaurant? Go with Mobile or Flex.) It includes many of the same functions as the full POS, and can scan barcodes and QR codes. It also has a built-in printer can be tethered to the Clover Station for use as a customer-facing display and card swiper.
My business partner and I decided to go with Clover and it was the BIGGEST MISTAKE!!! Every time we call customer support they tell us they can not help us we need to go to our iAccess account and submit the problem, and then they will send you an email explaining the process or who you need to contact. Be aware that the iAccess account is also a HIDDEN FEE that they do not tell you about BUT you are paying for it. We were so unhappy with all the HIDDEN FEES that we wanted to cancel. Here we are two weeks later, and still waiting for them to cancel our account. The number they gave us was the same number we had called FOUR times, and they are not the people that cancel your subscription. FINALLY, today on attempt number 5 the lady was finally able to contact me to the right department, and she admitted that she gets the same complaint all the time. So, beware they will keep sending you to the merchant number that has NOTHING to do with the Clover apps. Heads up when you are trying to cancel make sure you are well aware of who you speak to. They will keep charging your account until you FINALLY get directed to the correct department, and trust me you will be transferred at least 5 times each time you call.
With Clover, merchants are limited to First Data/Fiserv for credit card payment processing. Thus, all Clover systems are sold with a First Data merchant services contract. This processor, while decent, has far from the best reputation in the industry. First Data has historically had problems on the merchant services side of things, such as withheld funds, account terminations, and excessive fees. Merchants who have been burned by First Data in the past are understandably wary of First Data POS products and support.
Similar to Square, the main thing Payment Depot has going for it is its payment processing. Payment Depot offers flat-rate pricing of 2.6% + $0.10/transaction (the same rate as Square’s and Lightspeed’s). There’s an additional $10 monthly fee, but this fee comes with Payment Depot’s excellent customer support and even your own dedicated merchant account — something you don’t get with a third-party processor, such as Square or PayPal Here. Payment Depot also offers interchange-plus pricing plans as your business grows. Once you graduate to processing $10K-$25K/month, you’ll be eligible for Payment Depot’s $49/month plan with interchange-plus pricing.
Au fur et à mesure des récoltes, le fourrage est réparti en couche successives de 1.5 à 2m dans les cellules du séchoir. L’engrangement peut se faire à partir de 50% de MS mais il est important d’attendre que la dernière couche entreposée soit pratiquement sèche (85% de MS) avant d’en remettre. Il faut que le foin soit réparti de façon uniforme dans la cellule afin d’homogénéiser le séchage et le passage de l’air. Attention à la compaction de l’herbe : en empêchant la circulation de l’air, cela peut entrainer une fermentation et une montée en température du fourrage, représentant un risque d’incendie. Les valeurs alimentaires peuvent aussi chuter.
Si vous recherchez une alternative au système Clover POS offrant un support client exceptionnel, alors ShopKeep (lisez notre Chronique de ShopKeep) pourrait être la solution parfaite. Ce système de point de vente basé sur un nuage comprend une gamme de fonctionnalités pour la création de rapports, les transactions de vente, la gestion des employés et le suivi des stocks. En outre, l'équipe de support client 24 / 7 peut répondre presque instantanément à toutes vos questions.
Their customer service SUCKS!!!!!!! I have been put on hold for up to 30 minutes to have them get on the line and tell me I need to call a different number! Yes they can NEVER find your merchant ID number it's like you don't even exist. We are not a restaurant, and we have had to put our inventory in three different times! The little barcode scanner on the screen constantly stops working and when I tried to purchase a handheld barcode scanner just yesterday I spent the entire day on the phone, getting transferred, being put on hold, told I have to call different numbers and was finally told that they would email me the paperwork to get a scanner, and this is the best part.........they can't send the scanner until they receive my check BECAUSE THEY DONT TAKE CREDIT CARDS! What a ridiculous rinky dink operation! Run far far away from this system!