Kentucky CBD Oil Merchant Accounts
Domestic merchant services for Kentucky-based CBD businesses
US-Based Credit Card Processing for Kentucky Businesses
Finding a merchant account for your CBD oil business can be a frustrating experience. Many merchants are not comfortable placing their business with an offshore payment processing solution, either for the funding turnaround time or other considerations. We offer Kentucky CBD oil merchant services for your business in the form of a domestic processing solution. At this time, we are only offering this exclusive program to businesses based in Kentucky who meet a specific set of requirements. Click here to see our full list of requirements.
Our Kentucky CBD oil merchant services solution is secure and transparent. The bank working with us is based in the United States and is completely aware of the products our merchants sell. We can offer several domestic benefits to merchants who opt to use Kentucky CBD Processing. These benefits could include faster funding time, smaller reserves, and other perks, depending on your business.
How do I start the merchant account application process with Kentucky CBD Processing?
Because of the transparency of our business, we will need you to submit several pieces of documentation to the processor. To speed up the process of acquiring a domestic merchant account, please be prepared to present items such as, but not limited to:
- Kentucky business license
- Certificates of analysis of your CBD oil products
- Bank statements (business or personal)
- Current processing statements (if available)
- EIN letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
- Articles of Incorporation or Organization
- Proof of identity (driver’s license, passport, or state identification card)
If you have these documents, and other documents that may be required, it will greatly speed up the application process.
Bad credit is not an automatic decline. The processor will make the final judgment based on a variety of factors, including a review of the business type, bank balances, and credit scores. A bad credit score may affect your rolling reserve, however. If you are a new business, you may have a tougher time getting approved for a merchant account than a business with established, clean processing history.