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It’s Time To Say Goodbye To The Paper Cheque

The paper cheque was so… 1762? Really? Yep, that’s when the first printed versions were introduced in 1762 by British banker Lawrence Childs. Isn’t it about time you stopped living in the past?   Somehow, despite the numerous disadvantages it…

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Employment Agencies Need To Get Rid Of Cheques And Choose Prepaid

Does your employment agency find it challenging to simultaneously coordinate payments for full-time, temporary, and underbanked workers? We know, and we’re here to help.   While cheques have been the go-to form of payment for workers for years, many companies,…

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It’s 2018, So Why Are You Still Using Cheques?

It’s 2018, and technology has enhanced every aspect of our lives, from communication and transportation to entertainment and shopping. Isn’t it time your finances joined the modern age? Specifically, isn’t it time you moved away from cheques and started using…

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DCR Strategies’ Favourite Payment Industry Posts of October 2017

Here are some of our favourite payment industry posts for the month of October. What Customers Want In A Loyalty Program Creating, launching, and maintaining a customer loyalty program can be difficult, especially if you don’t know what your customers…

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Cheques Rank Last For Satisfaction Among All Payment Methods, New Survey Shows

Cheques need to “cheque-out,” according to a new survey on payment methods. The PYMNTS Disbursement Satisfaction Index measures consumer satisfaction across payment methods. The report surveyed 2,528 consumers in Q2 2017 and examined disbursements in the form of cash, cheque,…

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DCR’s Top 5 Payroll Articles To Celebrate National Payroll Week

National Payroll Week is officially here! Now in its 23rd year, the Canadian Payroll Association’s largest annual public relations initiative celebrates Canada’s payroll professionals who are responsible for ensuring that $928 billion in annual wages and taxable benefits get paid…

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The Real Cost Of Cheques To Canadian Businesses

Cheques are expensive, waste time, enable fraudsters, and limit the financial flexibility of its users. It’s time to switch to prepaid. HIDDEN AND DANGEROUS COSTS OF CHEQUES Cheque processing is expensive: Cheques cost between $2.00 and $3.85 more to process…

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