InterceptEFT applications for credit card and ACH processing

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InterceptEFT provides application materials in portable document format (PDF) that you can view or print using the Adobe Reader. You will need to establish an InterceptEFT account before you can process credit card or ACH transactions through CS Payment.

Disclaimer: InterceptEFT is an unaffiliated third party that some of our customers have engaged to provide direct deposit, tax payments, ACH processing, or credit card merchant services.

To view or print these documents using the Adobe Reader, click the appropriate links below. These and other InterceptEFT documents are also available in the Practice CS Library portlet available from any Practice CS dashboard.

ACH Payment

Credit Card Processing

Bill Pay and Online Invoicing (for users of NetClient CS portals)

If you have difficulty opening these documents, you might need to download and install the latest version of the Adobe Reader from the Downloads page of the Adobe website. If you have a version of Adobe Reader that is earlier than the latest version, you can uninstall the earlier version. This prevents you from having two versions of the Reader installed on your computer.

Mail your completed application to InterceptEFT at the following address.

InterceptEFT
1700 42nd Street, Suite 2000
Fargo, ND 58103

We recommend that you call InterceptEFT customer support before you mail your application so that they can help you complete the forms and answer any questions you might have. You can reach InterceptEFT customer support at 866.431.9926.

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