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Most readers have a small icon or picture on them that shows which way the magnetic strip on the back of the card should be facing. If not, try running it through the reader with the strip facing the machine first, since that is the most common direction.
If you have a phone order, or do not have the credit card in hand, select the button marked "sale. Then follow the on-screen prompts to enter the card number and expiration date.
Always double-check the numbers before pushing enter step 2: Input the sale information. Typically, the machine will first ask for the sales amount in dollars and cents. Input the amount using the number keypad. Double-check the amount to make sure it appears correctly on the screen and if it does, then push enter.
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If the customer is not present, write "phone-in" or another appropriate phrase on the signature line of the receipt.
Keep one receipt for your records and include the other in the shipment of the goods to the customer. Double-check with your processing company, but most require you to run a "batch report" or close a batch of credit card receipts each day.
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