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An offshore continuity credit card processing account simply means that the sponsor bank (and typically the credit card processor) are based outside the US.
This account is available to any business based throughout the world, and typically has more permissible chargeback requirements and no volume caps, although generally at a higher per transaction cost.
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No credit card processing company will tell you that, instead, they'll tell you misleading numbers like their "interchange plus rate" or their "qualified tier rate". "We were uncomfortable signing the first contract that we got and wanted to compare different companies...
We were able to compare 3 different credit card [processing] companies.
To do that, you need to calculate the "overall total cost to process".