SMS text Invoices Release Set To Change The Face Of Payment Processing

Contact earlier today, Commercial Merchant Services announced the launch of SMS text Invoices, its new SMS text invoices set to go live 7-21-22. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of Payment Processing, this launch will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.

Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice Our competitors offer credit card terminals but not the ability to text an invoice to there customers.. The President at Commercial Merchant Services, Julian Johnson, makes a point of saying “things are going to change when SMS text Invoices launches”.

Julian Johnson continues… “Where you’ll always see our competitors doing the same old thing, we will We offer programs with no contract or termination fees. We do this because we believe Our text invoice program is one of the only in the industry. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our customers because Business owners will add another way to collect payments from there customers.”

Commercial Merchant Services was established in 2-1-96. It has been doing business 22 years and it has always aimed to Merchant Bankcard Processing.

Currently, the closest thing to SMS text Invoices is email invoice, but SMS text Invoices improved on this by This makes it easier to send invoices no computer needed. This alone is predicted to make Commercial Merchant Service’s SMS text invoices more popular with customers in the Payment Processing space, quickly. This service will make it much easier to collect payments from you customers. There is no additional cost for this service. It is very easy to use.

Once again, SMS text Invoices is set to launch 7-21-22. To find out more, the place to visit is

For further information about Commercial Merchant Services, this can be discovered at

Commercial Merchant Services
3100 Briarcliff Road Northeast

United States

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