Your Firearm Merchant Account Experts
If you’re looking for a payment processor that understands your unique needs as a firearms merchant, look no further than Zenti. We’re your new BFF (best firearms friend) for payments.
Finding a Payment Processor for Your Gun or Ammo Business Shouldn't Be Stressful.
Look, we get it. The firearms industry isn’t exactly everyone’s cup of tea. But that’s not going to stop us from supporting gun and ammo merchants. We’ve worked our butts off to build partnerships with credit card companies, processors, and banks that actually like FFL holders and firearms-related businesses.
Our connections mean you get low prices, stable payment processing, and fair treatment. No more freezing payouts or getting your account slammed shut without a second thought. We’re committed to making sure you have the payment processing solutions you need to thrive.
Zenti Brings the Zen to Payment Processing for Gun Merchants
Common Questions About
Firearms Payment Processing
Any business that sells firearms, ammunition, or related accessories will need a firearm and ammo merchant account to accept credit card payments.
The answer is yes if you operate an online gun store. Online gun and ammo merchants are high-risk due to the lack of face-to-face interaction with customers and the inherent risks associated with the firearms industry.
However, If you sell firearms and ammunition in person, our team of experts at Zenti may be able to qualify you for a low-risk merchant account, which can save you hundreds in fees!
Yes! We have experience working with setting up payment gateways for online marketplaces that require you to have your own processor and gateway. A few of the most popular Gunbroker solutions we provide are Authorize.net. Maverick, and PaySafe.
Yes! We have experience working with GunsAmerica merchants and would love to set you up with a merchant account to get started selling online!
Yes! We would love to help you get started to accepting payments on Armslist.
FFL stands for Federal Firearms License. The FFL is a license issued by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) that allows individuals or businesses to sell firearms.
There are nine types of FFL licenses. The type you need will depend on what type of business you are conducting.
Yes! A firearm dealer or manufacturer must have a Federal Firearms License (FFL) to get a merchant account. However, if you’re only looking to sell ammunition, you’re not required to have your FFL to apply for a merchant account, but you still may be required to obtain your FFL to operate your business legally, depending on your state or local gun laws.
Gun stores and FFLs usually have a favorite POS software that they use to keep track of their sales. Luckily, Zenti works with Authorize.net and NMI, which means we can integrate merchant accounts with most POS systems.
Yes. Although federally requirements are the same across every state, each state (or even local towns/cities) have their own rules around selling guns.
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Firearm & Ammunition Payments?
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