The fact that Bank of America integrates with Clover is great. Clover is an easy way to bring a ton of useful point-of-sale features to your business. The Clover machines also offer increased flexibility in both mobility and payment acceptance types.
Bank of America also offers shopping cart integration services to make online payment acceptance a breeze. You can integrate with over 70 shopping cart providers, making it easy to integrate any existing shopping cart sites you may be running.
We’ve already covered the pricing transparency issues but think we should mention again that we have no idea what Bank of America will charge you for its services. BoA isn’t transparent about costs—and no one likes surprise fees.
What compounds the frustration of paying more money than expected for a given service is the fact that Bank of America wants to sign you up for a three-year contract. There are some cases where long contracts aren’t too much of a problem—if, for example, there’s no fee for cancellation.
But, in our survey of user reviews, we found multiple complaints of cancellation fees. With options on the market that have neither monthly fees nor long-term contracts, it’s clear that Bank of America is living in the past with its contract standards and practices.