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North American Bancard
Thursday, May 07 2020

Knowing how to navigate the partner portal is extremely important if you are going to be a successful agent. The partner portal has all of the resources, information, and other tools that you will need and reference on a daily basis. One of the most important places inside the portal is the prohibited and restricted list. Naturally, you probably have a lot of questions about this list. It is one of the most common questions that we get with regards to the partner portal and the information contained within. In this short overview, we are going to answer some of the questions that you undoubtedly have about the prohibited and restricted list that is located inside the partner portal for maximum convenience.

Navigating to the list

The first step is navigating to the list itself. To do this, the first thing you need to do is go to the Tools section of the partner portal. At the bottom right there is a list of documents that is entitled Sales Partner Resources. In this list, you will find important resources related to your relationship as a sales partner. One of those documents is the restricted & prohibited list, which you can click to easily access.

 

If you are not able to locate the list for some reason, then you can also use the search function at the top of the page to search for the restricted and prohibited list and find it in a matter of seconds.

What is the restricted and prohibited list

As you can image, the restricted and prohibited list is a list that dictates what merchants are restricted and what activities are prohibited. This list is a great resource for you as a partner so that you don’t waste time on a merchant that you won’t be able to end up providing services to. You should consult this list any time you have a question about whether you are going to be able to provide services to any given merchant.

 

In this document, you will find a well-organized chart that tells you exactly which businesses are prohibited from using your suite of processing solutions. In addition, the sheet breaks it down by which banks prohibit which businesses, because different banks have different requirements for merchants. This quick reference sheet will save you time and frustration by allowing you to quickly reference it anytime you need to confirm whether you can provide services to a merchant.

 

There is also a remarks section in the document that will give you clarity on the requirements and industries that are allowed or prohibited. For merchants that require a certain additional documentation or submission, you will find those requirements on this sheet.

Benefit to agents

Not only does this sheet help save you time and prevent you from having to consult a complicated resources center to find the answers that you are looking for, but it also helps you to build trust and credibility with the merchants that you are working with. Being knowledgeable on which merchants you are able to provide processing for will make the sales process more smooth and successful.

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