National Credit Card Processing Group

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National Credit Card Processing Group, an NRMCA member, focuses specifically on the credit card acceptance for the ready mixed concrete industry. Founded in 2001, National Credit Card Processing Group, not only understands the importance of competitive credit card acceptance rates and fees but we understand the concrete ready mixed business.

A few highlighted benefits with National Credit Card Processing Group

  1. We understand the ready mixed concrete business!
  2. B2B rates tailored to your industry.
  3. State of the art payment gateway that many of the NRMCA members currently use.
  4. Dedicated Relationship Manager. No need to call an 800 number.
  5. PCI, fraud and breach protection.
  6. Mobile payments.
  7. Next Day Funding.
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Below see a testimonial from a 2019 Recipient of NRMCA’s Concrete Cares Award, Casa Redimix
“Casa Redimix has worked with National Credit Card Processing Group for over a year now, and we are so happy we switched to them. They not only saved us money, but they provide us with great customer service. There is no 1-800 number where you wait on hold; I can call my representative Mike or the President himself, Peter Brickman. Peter has been in the business for almost 20 years, and his knowledge of the credit card processing industry made me feel really comfortable switching to him. We really enjoy his online portal where we enter our charges daily, and we get B2B rates through that portal which helped us tremendously. On top of their excellent rates, Peter Brickman understands the concrete ready-mix industry himself and does a lot of credit card processing for other ready-mix companies that we know. I highly recommend speaking with Peter Brickman and National Credit Card Processing Group”
– Mauro Perciballi, President of Casa Redimix

To learn more contact Peter Brickman, (516) 353-9177.

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