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Merchant Surcharging: Turn on profits from your shopping cart

Posted: September 14, 2019 at 3:39 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Robert Maynard, Co-Founder of Lifelock and Founder/CEO of SurchX will be talking to us today about how merchants can benefit from surcharging and still remain compliant with regulatory bodies joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Robert Maynard discuss the following:

  1. What’s the most important thing merchants need to know about surcharging?
  2. What does your experience say about whether customers accept surcharges?
  3. How does SurchX work?
  4. What led you to start the company?
  5. Tell us a little about your bouts with mental illness.

Robert is a father, grandfather, serial entrepreneur, and lives with Bipolar Disorder. His business successes include LifeLock, DotSafe, Internet America and his most recent, SurchX.

Over his career, Robert’s companies have returned nearly $7 billion worth of capital value to their investors, created more than 2,000 jobs and sold more than $10 billion worth of goods and services to American consumers and businesses. Two of his companies have gone public and been listed among the Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies.

Robert served as an enlisted Marine where he was as a combat engineer. He describes his duties as “building some things and blowing others up.” He also served as a commissioned officer in the Army, ending his career as a team leader in the 12th Special Forces Group.

He graduated in 1987 from Northern Arizona University with a BSBA in Finance. He received many honors and awards including the 1986 nomination as Truman Scholar, Wall Street Journal Award and Distinguished Military Graduate, among others.


Social Media Links:
Twitter: @surchx

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