Unity Merchant Services Focused on Helping Black, Brown Businesses

Unity Merchant Services (founded by Oscar Dais above) is a minority-owned credit/debit card processing business
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Unity Merchant Services (founded by Oscar Dais above) is a minority-owned credit/debit card processing business that strives to give back to the community of professionals with similar interests.

Our dedicated team brings an in-depth understanding of card processing services, constantly changing technology, and cash management to serve Black and Brown business owners who may be facing merchant service challenges. Unity Merchant Services has launched its company in the good hands of Oscar Dais and Bruce Potash.

Mr. Dais is a community activist and well-known record producer. Mr. Potash is on the board of OnePay and was Vice President of SecureNet.

Unity’s partnership with OnePay will provide its clients with the most up-to-date payment gateway technology, security, data storage, and customized system integration.

Unity Merchant Services offers the complete range of merchant services, from mobile processing to mobile marketing via SMS, and comprehensive payment coverage to ensure that each business owner’s system accepts all forms of card payments.

UnityMerchant Services’ strategic partnerships with long-established technology companies ensures the best pricing and latest technology available to small-and mid-sized businesses.

Whether a business is a start-up or a long-established business, Unity will serve the business with the utmost care and focus on success. Unity Merchant Services will be a leader in supporting small-and mid-sized minority-owned businesses with credit card processing and payment technology.

If you would like more information about Unity Merchant Services, please call Oscar Dais or Bruce Potash at, 877-796-0066, email info@unitymerchantservices.com,or visithttps://unitymerchantservices.com.

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