Electronic Payments is taking action to assist merchants nationwide during the coronavirus pandemic. Visit our COVID-19 Resource Center for updates and helpful information.

As the coronavirus pandemic rapidly evolves, we understand that small to medium-sized businesses are facing new challenges and unprecedented disruptions. Electronic Payments is committed to supporting our merchants in every way possible. Rest assured that we will continue providing reliable service and support just as we have over the last 20 years, and will keep you informed as the situation develops.

Electronic Payments has many innovative ways to keep your business up and running, even in these challenging times. We are actively working with merchants nationwide to ensure that they remain operational and are positioned to respond to the requirements set forth by their local municipalities and respective states. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you’re looking for creative solutions to navigate specific needs or overcome certain challenges. We’re here to help!

Over the coming weeks, we’ll share updates, valuable resources, and solutions to help your business. Please continue to visit this webpage for up-to-date information, and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for relevant tips, insights, and news you can use in the unfolding COVID-19 crisis. Click the button below to subscribe.

What is EPI Doing to Help?

Electronic Payments is waiving the following fees and charges for new merchants to reduce the burdens facing small businesses across the country:

  • Waive Monthly Exatouch® Point of Sale and TableTurn® Support Fees
    These savings will benefit new merchants who are using our proprietary, industry-leading point of sale solutions to manage their businesses. If you're unfamiliar with Exatouch or TableTurn, both products offer many tools that can help you navigate market fluctuations and demands, particularly in the weeks and months to come! Our team is readily available to discuss your needs and how Exatouch and/or TableTurn may help your business operate more efficiently and reduce expenditures. Schedule a call based on your availability—we’re here to support you!

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  • Exatouch® Placement Program
    A point of sale system can make running your business easier–even in the most challenging of times. With our exclusive placement program, new merchants are eligible to receive a feature-rich POS solution with all of the hardware, software, and support for a low monthly cost and ZERO upfront investment. We’ll also help build out your menu and/or inventory, and assist with installation and training for seamless setup and implementation. Schedule a demo to learn more and see how Electronic Payments and Exatouch can help your business.

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Additionally Electronic Payments is:

  • Streamlining the Onboarding Process for New Businesses with a User-Friendly Online Merchant Application, Bankcard App
    We understand that you may be seeking new, affordable payment processing solutions during this time of need. While you’re maintaining social distance, you can work with us over the phone. We have the ability to facilitate live product demos via web conference, and can help you submit an online Merchant Processing Application.

Recent News


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Electronic Payments Waives Exatouch® and TableTurn® Support and Associated AppMarket Fees to Assist Merchants during COVID-19 Pandemic; Works to Provide Low-Cost Access to Capital for SMBs

Press Release - For Immediate Release

Leading innovator in payments and point of sale technology, Electronic Payments, today announced they will temporarily suspend monthly TableTurn® and Exatouch® Point of Sale support costs and their related AppMarket fees to assist the most vulnerable...

Valuable Solutions

Our proprietary point of sale works for all types of businesses and comes with everything you need—durable hardware, robust software, and industry-leading support—all at an affordable cost.

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TableTurn® is a restaurant management platform that offers contactless and EMV payments with tip adjust, mobile solutions for curbside pickup, pay-at-table, cash discounting, and more.

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ProCharge® gives you the utmost flexibility no matter where your staff members are working with applications including mobile payments, a virtual terminal, and more—all of which can be used together or as standalone solutions.

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Wireless Processing

Merchants who may not have access to WiFi connectivity due to the mobile nature of their businesses, such as restaurants that offer delivery or curbside pickup, taxi drivers, and others, can benefit from wireless processing.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Ready to Reopen – A Playbook for Your Small Business →

U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Coronavirus Response Toolkit →

Centers for Disease Control (CDC): Coronavirus (COVID-19) →

U.S. Small Business Administration: Financial Support

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources →

Economic Injury Disaster Loan Information & Application →

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

About Paycheck Protection Program →

Paycheck Protection Program: Find a Lender →

Paycheck Protection Program: Application Form →

Paycheck Protection Program Changes →

Paycheck Protection Program: Loan Forgiveness Application Form 3508EZ →

Paycheck Protection Program: Loan Forgiveness Calculation Form →

ETA Resources

COVID-19: Resources for Small Business Owners →

ETA Brief: How to Use Payment Technology during COVID-19 →

ETA Brief: A Guide to Contactless Payments →

Retail Resources

National Retail Federation: Coronavirus Resources for Retailers →

TotalRetail: Tools, Resources and More to Help With the Retail Impact of COVID-19 →

National Retail Federation: CARES Act Brings Billions to Retailers →

National Retail Foundation: Reopening Checklist →

National Retail Foundation: A Blueprint for Shopping Safe →

Restaurant Resources

National Restaurant Association: Coronavirus (COVID-19) →

National Restaurant Association: Best Practices for Business Continuity →

National Restaurant Association: 20 Ideas for Cutting Costs inside Your Restaurant →

CARES Act Provisions: What’s in It for Restaurants →

National Restaurant Association: Restaurant Employee Relief Fund – Apply for Aid →

National Restaurant Association: Tips on Selling Groceries from Your Restaurant →

National Restaurant Association: A Reopening Guide for the Restaurant Industry →

National Restaurant Association: Tracking Reopening Regulations →

National Restaurant Association: Best Practices for Welcoming Your Staff Back →