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Take the NCMIC Challenge! If you don't save money, you get a $100 MasterCard® gift card.

Palmer College of Chiropractic Graduates:

Receive a $100 sign-up bonus and new chip credit card terminal to use at no additional cost for as long as you process with NCMIC Finance Corporation (NCMIC).

Chip credit cards containing a secure microchip to help protect cardholder data and guard against fraud are being reissued by credit card processing companies now. 

Limited-Time Offer: $100 Sign-Up Bonus & No-Cost Chip Terminal

When you respond by April 14, 2017, you'll receive a $100 sign-up bonus and new chip terminal to use at no additional cost for as long as you process with NCMIC. Your new terminal has a built-in chip card reader and lets you accept Apple Pay, Android Pay™ and other "contactless" digital wallets.  

To request your $100 sign-up bonus and no-cost terminal, complete an Express Request now.

You must be a new NCMIC processing customer to be eligible for this offer.

See How Much You Can Save, Too!

Upload last month's processing statement for a no-obligation savings comparison. We'll show you how much you'll save when you switch. If NCMIC can't beat your current program, we'll send you a $100 gift card.  

Complete an express request to upload your statement and request your sign-up bonus and terminal!

This offer expires on April 14, 2017.  Existing NCMIC Credit Card Processing customers are not eligible for this offer.  A two-year contract is required to receive the EMV terminal and $100 sign-up bonus, which will arrive 2-4 weeks after you begin processing. An early termination fee applies.  NCMIC Finance Corporation provides the credit card processing directly to you. Apple Pay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android Pay is a registered trademark of Google Inc. Other trademarks listed within are the properties of their respective owners. NCMIC Finance Corporation and Palmer College of Chiropractic are separate and unrelated entities, and neither is an agent or has authority to contract on behalf of the other. For more information on Palmer College of Chiropractic visit www.palmer.edu.