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CrossCheck selected as CATA's preferred provider for check-processing services

December 20, 2013
The sole function of the Chicago Automobile Trade Association’ s Member Benefits Committee is to review and recommend the programs of CATA allied members whose inherent quality and value will provide a direct benefit to members.
 
Recently, the CATA named CrossCheck, Inc., as the preferred provider for the check-processing needs of our members. CrossCheck provides check conversion, verification, guarantee and collection services to retail merchants and auto dealers throughout the United States. In both challenging and prosperous times, the CATA encourages its members to continually monitor the way they conduct business to improve process and increase revenue.
 
CrossCheck’s complete suite of check processing services is not only efficient but helps reduce risk and increase sales. This year marks CrossCheck’s 30th anniversary of doing BBB A+ rated business with auto dealers and auto aftermarket merchants in every state. CrossCheck is currently serving dozens of dealerships in the Chicagoland area.
 
CrossCheck’s C.A.R.S. check processing program will enhance your dealership with:
 
• More payment options for consumers • Check guarantee that increases sales and mitigates risk
• Electronic check processing and remote deposit capture that saves time and money
• Hold check option for accepting multiple check payments over an agreed upon period of time
• Check On Delivery (COD) for parts and service departments
• 24/7 online reporting, customer and technical support CrossCheck, Inc. is currently scheduling free consultations with
 
CATA members. Contact Rasha Ismail at rashaa@cross-check.com or (877) 384-2038 ext. 5845 for a consultation. You also may view CrossCheck’s website at www.cross-check.com.
 
You can find out more about the CATA’s Member Benefit program by visiting the association website, specifically: http://www.cata.info/resources/cata_member_benefits/.
 
 
 

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