MBPS Wins Competitive Bid to Process Credit Cards at 33 Locations in the Town of Oyster Bay

RONKONKOMA, NEW YORK — MBPS has announced that the company has won a competitive bid to provide credit card processing services to the Town of Oyster Bay. Under the terms of the contract, the company will provide its services to government offices and facilities within the Town for the next three years. Among the Town’s facilities that will be serviced include Tobay Beach and the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center at Bethpage Community Park.

MBPS, which offers a multitude of payment products from point of sale to electronic check processing, has worked closely with the Town of Oyster Bay as the Town’s sole credit card processor since 2007.

“MBPS takes great pride answering the credit card processing needs of municipalities and financial institutions here in the New York tri-state area as well as across the country,” says Chad Horal, Chief Executive, MBPS. “We look forward to continuing our relationship with the Town of Oyster Bay and servicing its constituents by offering the latest technology for credit card payments.”

For more information, call (800) 942-7970 or visit www.metrobps.com.

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