Canadian Payment Processing Animation ENGLISH

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Canadian Payment Processing Animation ENGLISH 
This is a short animation that will be used in Canada and US to educate business owners on how to select a credit card payment processing company.

The client is open to male or female. We will be creating two versions of the video: English and Canadian French. This project is specifically looking for the English version. As you provide an audition, please use the Canadian pronunciations of words. For example, "processor" is pronounced PRO-cessor not PRAH-cessor.

Here are some instructions from the client: "We want to portray an authoritative voice but not someone who speaks too formally; I want the voice over to match the playfulness of the piece but at the same time speak with a sense of confidence; so more professional but not lecturing. I would not make it too fast paced but more deliberative."
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2014-07-08 14:06:06 GMT
2014-07-11 13:00:00 (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 300
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
3 Minutes
English - USA and Canada
This video will be used in Canada. As you provide an audition, please use the Canadian pronunciations of words. For example,
Middle Age Female OR Middle Age Male OR Senior Female OR Senior Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
Not defined
This is a non-union project

Script Details

***custom demo required*** 

If your small business is looking to accept credit, debit, or online payments for the very first time – or if you’re a business looking to switch from your existing payment processor, consider a number of factors before making your choice.

Some processors lure you in with rates much lower than their competitors.

While these advertised rates often seem attractive, it’s the charges and fees you don’t see that can really sink your ship.

What should matter is the Total Cost of Acceptance. Make sure you understand these terms, and that they are clearly reflected in your contract before entering into any agreement.

In order to process payments your business will need a payment terminal, which can either be rented or leased to own.

Although leasing may seem attractive many times contracts contain harsh exit penalties requiring you to pay even if your equipment fails or grows obsolete.

Make sure the provider has a terminal rental option.

As a small business owner we understand how difficult it can be to run your business. Choosing a processor with easy-to-understand monthly statements will save you valuable time and effort when it comes to balancing the books.

Even when your business is running smoothly, things can and will happen, often without notice.

In the event payment issues arise, make sure you have a payment processor who’s available to take your calls twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

No one likes surprises – especially if it affects your ability to earn a living. When selecting a processor make sure you do your research to ensure your processor is both experienced and credible.

Reach out to others in your network and ask their opinion. Doing your homework will enable you to find a reputable and trustworthy processor.

It’s estimated that 166 million new malware strains will be deployed by 2017.

As a business owner preventing cardholder data theft is your responsibility.

To prevent sensitive payment information from being compromised find out if your processor’s technology and software are compliant with current industry rules and regulations. Even better – ask the payment provider to help you stay compliant with financial regulations such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards. Together you can help snuff out data theft – which in turn may result in deeper customer relationships and less headaches for you.

We know you’ve got a lot on your plate in ensuring your business is a successful one. Even the smallest decision can affect your profitability.

Choosing a Payment Processor doesn’t have to be confusing if you remember these important steps.

– Make sure the processor discloses all fees and hidden charges.

- Know the terms of your terminal agreement; and whether you will be renting or leasing your equipment.

- Ensure you understand your monthly statement; and that all fees and monthly variances are clearly stated.

- Make sure the processor provides 24-hour support; as well as bilingual services should you need them.

- Perform your own research to ensure the processor is reputable, and confirm as to whether they are compliant with all Industry Rules & Regulations.

- And ask if your processor is willing to assist in helping meet Payment Card Industry requirements.

With over 109,000 small business owners, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business is THE voice for small business owners. Our organization provides members with a number of competitive programs and benefits tailored to assisting your business: including reduced-fees for credit and debit payment processing with our trusted partner ******************

If you would like more information or have questions regarding our exclusive payment processing program through ********************************************** 
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