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Travel Merchant Account

If you’re ready to start the application process for your merchant account, Lot Payments is here to help. With Lot Payments travel merchant account, you can accept payments in multiple currencies. Depending on your qualifications and business details, you may have the ability to receive payments from credit cards all over the world.

If your business collects payments in foreign currencies and you are looking to expand your knowledge you’ve come to the right place. Approved merchants can accept US dollars, British pounds, euros and more.

No matter what payment method you choose, securing a merchant account as a travel agent means locating a credit card processor that can explicitly support your business type and give you travel agency credit card processing. We pride ourselves on being able to work with as many merchants as possible.

Save yourself the headaches and choose a travel-friendly merchant processor from the start. If you have additional questions about our merchant accounts or other services we offer, either keep reading contact us to get in touch with a live representative.

All travel businesses below are welcome:

  • Airlines
  • Charters
  • Cruise Lines
  • Hospitality
  • Hotels & Lodging
  • Membership & Club Programs
  • Reservations
  • Resorts
  • Ticket Sales
  • Timeshares
  • Tour Operators
  • Transportation Services
  • Travel Agencies
  • Travel Clubs
  • Travel Ecommerce Sites
  • Vacation Packages
  • And many more!

Why Banks Concerned On Working With Travel Merchants

  • 1- Tickets, accommodations, tours, and all other costs associated with a trip can add up. Travelers can seek to defray travel expenses by charging back a transaction even though it was authorized, which is known as “friendly fraud."
  • 2- Transportation, lodging and other expenses associated with a trip often purchased months in advance. The long time period between payment for the trip and the actual travel can cause consumers to cancel when plans change or buyer’s remorse sets in.
  • 3- Bankruptcies & other failures within the travel industry caused banks to take big losses from chargebacks. Some banks still shy away from boarding travel merchants because of past negative experiences with the industry.

APPLY NOW to let us provide you the financial assistance your company and brand needs