SCRS signs new merchant services contract

Nov. 2, 2011

Nov. 2, 2011—The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) on Wednesday announced the organization secured a new contract for merchant services for association members.

The new merchant services agreement was signed with Total Merchant Services (TMS). TMS offers the following benefits to SCRS members:

• Low interchange rates simplified and easy to understand
• No cancellation fees
• No set-up fees
• Free equipment
• Dedicated account rep to SCRS members

Any new or returning SCRS member who signs on with TMS to handle their merchant service needs prior to Jan. 1 will receive $150, according to the SCRS.

For more information about TMS, visit For more information about the SCRS, visit

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