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Live Catholic - Shop Catholic - Guess who now accepts checks?

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
8/5/2014 (2 years ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

Catholic Shopping .com is adding more convenience for you!

Guess who now accepts checks? Catholic Shopping .com does! This new option now makes it easier for you to control how you pay for the things you like.

Catholic Shopping .com now accepts checks via Dwolla!

Catholic Shopping .com now accepts checks via Dwolla!

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
8/5/2014 (2 years ago)

Published in Business & Economics

Keywords: Catholic Shopping .com, checks, Dwolla


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Catholic Shopping .com is now accepting checks via the online processor, Dwolla. Dwolla is an online check processing service that allows you to pay for products online using your checkbook.

The service is preferable because it's just as fast and convenient as a credit card, but doesn't carry the interest rates and fees that come with credit cards. The only fee for a transaction is $0.25 for anything over $10. Under that amount and the transaction is free!

Live Catholic, Shop Catholic.

Already thousands of people trust Dwolla to pay for their goods online using the convenience of their checking account. And now you can browse and shop Catholic Shopping .com with greater confidence and convenience. It's just one more way Catholic Shopping .com is looking after you and responding to your needs as Catholic Shoppers.

Remember, we are called to live Catholic and part of that process is to shop Catholic. That means Catholic vendors should do their best to satisfy your needs and you should do your best to buy from Catholic vendors. In this way, we support one another.

Thank you for living and shopping Catholic and enjoy the added convince of choosing another way to pay on Catholic Shopping .com!

Shop Catholic today!

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