Unlike other payment processors, Kore won’t lock you in a long-term contract. Our incredible customer loyalty is a product of world-class products and services. With Kore, you can cancel at any time. No long-term commitments. No cancellation fees. No early termination fees. Just another fantastic reason to give Kore a try.
Our premier pricing structure and commitment to the highest quality customer care give our customers the best value in credit card payment services. We guarantee to match or beat any competing price as long as the offer is for the same products and terms as our original offer.
Is your payment processor leasing your equipment? Processors that lease their equipment expose their customers to higher cost, extraneous terms, high liability and risk. We don’t lease our equipment. With Kore, you’ll get no run-arounds; just honest, straight-forward business.
SHEBOYGAN - Sheboyganites now have a new immersive art experience to take in this summer. City officials, business leaders, representatives of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center and community members gathered last week to celebrate the opening of a new large-scale sculpture on the 500 block of North Eighth Street in downtown Sheboygan. Even the North High School Drumline was on hand for the festivities. Land donated by Kore Payments owned by Korthals Enterprises, located next to the Korthals Enterprises building, Opening (Walk Through #1) is the second downtown sculpture created in the Arts Center’s Art in Public Spaces program.
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WHBL) - Kore Payments is calling 7,000 sq. ft. on the second floor of 501 N 8th street its new home in downtown Sheboygan. The eight year old firm has outgrown its space in Plymouth and took the opportunity to move to Sheboygan. Korepay President Nick Korthals, stated “he is excited to move his firm to Sheboygan where everyone has been so welcoming.” He went on further to say the Korepay is adding over 20 more full time positions to their call center and sales operation, with even more growth and jobs to be announced in the next two years. For those seeking to work at Kore Payment can send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. The company is hosting a job fair on Wednesday, March 22nd from 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM. The general community is also welcome to attend on March 22nd from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM as Korepay will be cutting the ribbon on its new offices.
“The partnership is allowing us to get creative to help merchants impacted by COVID-19.” said Nick Korthals, CEO of KORE Payments. Backed by Indeflex’s unique set of business management and marketing tools, partners like KORE Payments can thrive while others regroup. “Indeflex provides concierge-level service and cutting-edge technology to our sales partners nationwide, which allows them to innovate during times like this to maximize their success,” said Phil Krivacek, Managing Partner at Indeflex.
As businesses worldwide face increasingly stringent social distancing policies due to the spread of COVID-19, local companies are having to adapt and move their traditional pickup and delivery options online. “Business owners have had to close, or are struggling to make takeout and curbside service work. So, for all businesses, it’s more important than ever to save money,” Nick Korthals said.
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