Canada Mobile Payments is Canada’s leading credit card payment processing company for Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Kahnawake. Discover why more merchants choose Canada Mobile Payments to process credit cards. 90 Day Satisfaction Guarantee, where the merchant saves and utilizes the best mobile payments platforms on the planet.

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Canada Mobile Payments offers hassle-free credit card processing for restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, bars, lounges & hospitality in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal.  We offer the latest point-of-sale terminals and payment options to meet your hospitality business needs.  Canada Mobile Payments provides the latest in Enterprise Point-of-Sale and Management Applications for: Hospitality and Specialty Retail, Restaurant Chains, Hotels and Aviation.  We specialize in multi-venue operations such as:

  1. kitchen display
  2. food control
  3. security

Merchant Services Credit Card Processing

Our Hospitality POS systems are used in: restaurants & hotel, whether they be mobile and stationary POS systems, or simply the POS software.

Canada Mobile Payments is an industry-leading merchant services, credit card processing & provider of state-of-the-art:

  1. Payment Gateways
  2. E-Commerce Platforms & Shopping Carts
  3. Virtual Terminals
  4. Hotel Point-of-Sale Systems
  5. Restaurant Point-of-Sale Systems
  6. Hospitality Point-of-Sale Systems
  7. Night Club Point-of-Sale Systems

Consolidate all of your payment activity onto one unique platform, accessed and administered from our full-featured, accessible from anywhere, mobile banking system & online portal. Monitor and manage mobile payments online, by phone, via any mobile device iOs, Android, BlackBerry or through your business in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Kahnawake Reserve, Montreal, Winnipeg, Mississauga, Markham, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, Woodbridge, Ajax, Pickering, Brampton, Burlington, Oakville, Guelph, Waterloo, London, Kitchener, Niagara Falls.

Mobile Commerce Clusters Score

The cooperation among banks, mobile networks, and the government makes Canada the leader in the Mobile Commerce Clusters score.  Well-developed laws relating to information and communication technology, legal systems that efficiently settle disputes, and strong protection of property rights and financial assets make Canada leader. These regulatory measures provide clear indications of how capable markets are of fostering mobile payments and how secure consumers can feel regarding protection of their assets.

Canada Mobile Payments provides: Merchant accounts and credit card processing for Canadian, U.S & international businesses.  We are Canada’s Top Payment Processor for high-risk e-commerce websites: online gambling, gaming, adult, travel & nutraceuticals. is a leader in credit card payment processing & mobile payments for Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Kahnawake, Winnipeg, Mississauga, Markham, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, Woodbridge, Ajax, Pickering, Brampton, Burlington, Oakville, Guelph, Waterloo, London, Kitchener, Niagara Falls businesses.

Credit Card Payment Processing Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton

“Businesses have voiced real concerns about the lack of choice they have had in accepting debit and credit card payments, and about the costs involved. These added business costs are borne by merchants and may be passed on to consumers, which makes this an issue of importance to all Canadians,” said Minister Flaherty. “The Code of Conduct encourages choice and competition. It gives merchants the freedom to choose which card networks they use, helps them control their costs, and allows them to pass on savings to their customers.”

Consumer debt continues to grow. As of Q3 2013, Canadian consumers owe $1,360.7 billion, compared to $ 1,345.5
billion in Q2 2013 and $ 1,291.2 billion a year earlier, an increase of 1.1% and 5.4%, respectively.

On a debt classification basis, the Auto, Mortgage, and Installment Loan sectors continue to show significant increases of 7.9%, 6.4%, and 5.7% year-over-year.