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Cindy Batchelor, Executive General Manager NAB Business presents the best ways to take your business online. Watch Cindy’s video or read her tips below

Taking your business online is a cost-effective way to expand your business overseas.

There are two steps to being able to accept payments online:

1. Create a merchant account

For you to accept payments, you need to set up a merchant account.

You’ll need to provide us with information, such as a business plan and personal credit history, to assist in assessing your application.

2. Set yourself up to accept payments online using NAB Transact

NAB Transact allows small businesses to take credit card payments without the need for a merchant terminal, or any additional software.

Your transactions will occur in real time, so you can see the payment outcome on the spot.

Find out how to build an online store using a hosted eCommerce website package.

Important information

Any advice contained above has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on any advice, NAB recommends that you consider whether it is appropriate for your circumstances and that you review the relevant Product Disclosure Statement, Terms and Conditions or Financial Services Guide.

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