• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Best option out there

    • Written by from Philadelphia

    I have gone with just about every type of merchant services out there and I have come full circle to Square. When I first started there were some issues

    Lack of phone support. Solved. I now have phone support during the day.
    Limited funds paid monthly. Solved. Had the account expanded, no additional cost to me.
    Sometime cards would not swipe. Solved. The new redesigned Square reader resolves that issue for me
    Limited options for a Brick & Mortar location. Solved. There are options that allow for stands to use with an iPad and other POS options

    Is Square the end all to be all? Nope. But they work very well of a lot of businesses and individuals especially if you are mobile like I am (Photographer). The rates seem high at first but when you go with the merchant services accounts that charge you monthly fees and handling charges and, and, and... Square's 2.75% ends up being cheaper unless you are exceeding $1500 a week or more. Then there is eh early cancelation fees on the other guys. No.

    I tried GoPayment from Intuit but it works so well that as of Quickbooks 2015 they no longer talk to each other. I tried Merchant Service accounts, I (begrudgingly) tried PayPal, none are as good or better.

    Is Square perfect, nope, hence only 4 stars (I would give 4.5 if I could), but they are the best game in town unless you are dealing in a ton of volume.If you are, then I've got a guy...

    57 of 59 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    No customer service

    • Written by from Tucson

    Please , if you don't wanna spend a really bad time trying have answers about your own money, please don't buy this device, is a horrible experience.... You need wait 90 days without your own money because they can think that is a suspicious transaction!!.

    60 of 106 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    wheres the beef

    • Written by from Pickerington

    we use the square for a farmers market and sold by weight, the square only takes the closest whole pound theres no halves or quarters like 0.68, this needs to be looked at and added

    84 of 130 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Device

    • Written by from NEWYORK

    This Device is Awesome and more innovation and revolutionary touch will do.

    131 of 203 people found this useful