Merchant accounts may be categorized as high risk merchant accounts because the business is located outside of the United States or considered a higher risk industry. Some businesses considered to be high risk merchants are:
* Mail Order
* Telephone Order
* Membership Clubs
* MLM (Multi level marketing)
* High Volume
* Online Dating
Often it is difficult, nearly impossible, for businesses within these industries to secure a merchant account.
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