Understanding & Analyzing Your Merchant Statements|March 19,2020
Merchant statements can be difficult to understand. No two are alike, and this confusion causes many lenders to underestimate their actual payment processing costs by up to 30%!
Join PayNearMe as we unravel the mysteries of merchant statements, giving you the knowledge you need to perform your own statement analysis and uncover your true payment costs
In this webinar, weíll cover:
ï The anatomy of a merchant statement
ï The differences in processing each payment type
ï Common myths and misconceptions
ï What to look for when performing an analysis
Presenters: Dan Becraft, FP&A Manager, PayNearMe and Bruce Gaskill, Director of Sales, PayNearMe
Bruce Gaskill is the Director of Sales at PayNearMe, where he partners with lenders and merchants to increase self-service and customer payment satisfaction by allowing their customers to pay how, when and where they want. The PayNearMe platform enables merchants to accept cash, debit, credit, ACH and mobile-first payment methods including Apple Pay and Google Payówith an emphasis on user experience, satisfaction and reliability.
Prior to joining PayNearMe, Bruce spent 20 years in online billing and payments starting at CheckFree in 1999 before being acquired by Fiserv, then Bill Me Later in 2007 before being acquired by PayPal, now called PayPal Credit. Bruce is a subject matter expert in payment automation, emerging payment technologies, and IVR voice user experience design. Bruce is a native Californian, but calls Fort Worth home having raised his family in the area for the past 25 years.
Dan Becraft is FP&A Manager at PayNearMe, where he is responsible for owning strategic revenue models and growth forecasts. Danís passion for finance, business operations and technology has helped him develop a unique expertise in interpreting merchant statements and advising businesses on how to read them.
Prior to joining PayNearMe, Dan held senior analyst positions at NetSuite and Raytheon. He holds a B.S. in Management from Purdue University, with minors in Finance, International Business and Strategic Management.