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First Data fd130

EMV • Apple Pay • Samsung Pay • Contactless Payments • Magnetic Stripe Reader

First Data FD130

first data fd130
Photo credit: First Data

The First Data FD130 is a robust and widely used credit card processing terminal provided by Gravity Payments to address your credit card processing needs. If you are interested in the First Data FD130 to accept credit card processing for your business let us know. We are here to make accepting credit card payments for your small business simple, transparent and fair.

What Businesses are the First Data FD130 great for?

  • Retail
  • Restaurants
  • Quick-serve restaurants
  • Grocery stores
  • Convenience stores
  • Salons
  • Medical Practitioners (Dentists, Veterinarians, Homeopathic, Family Practitioners, Pediatricians, Eye Doctors)
  • Law offices
  • Corporate offices

First Data FD130 Features:

  • EMV enabled
  • NFC enabled (Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Visa payWave, MasterCard PayPass, American Express & JCB J/Speedy certified)
  • Magnetic stripe reader
  • EBT
  • Wi-Fi enabled
  • Connect via dial-up phone line or ethernet
  • Touch-screen with color display
  • Batch history
  • Compact design
For more information on this terminal, Gravity Payments, or credit card processing in general, click here to contact us. We reduce the costs and headaches of accepting credit card payments by providing simple, fair, and seamless solutions.

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