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IRN Payment Systems Gives up Some of Its Profits to Help Charities Through Its Revolutionary New Program Called The Hope Process

IRN announces The Hope Process, a revolutionary program which provides charitable organizations with a steady stream of donations. The program enables IRN's customers to donate to charities based on a percentage of their credit card processing fees that a

WESTBURY, N.Y., March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- IRN Payment Systems (IRN), a leader in the credit card processing industry, announced a revolutionary program designed to provide charitable organizations with a steady stream of donations. Named "The Hope Process," the program enables IRN's customers to donate to charities based on a percentage of their credit card processing fees that would normally be collected by IRN as profit.

"As a father of an Autistic child, I learned the importance of charitable giving," said Dino Sgueglia President and Founder of IRN Payment Systems. "I wanted to be directly involved in supporting those with Autism, so I created Danny's Wish, an organization named after my son that was established to provide funds for Autistic services and charities. However, in creating Danny's Wish, I realized the difficulties all charities have in maintaining a sustainable fund-raising base. I created The Hope Process in an effort to help all charitable organizations."

The program is simple. If you are a merchant and you currently accept credit cards, you are being charged fees by your credit card processor. We switch your processing over to The Hope Process, a program of IRN. Once the switch is made, The Hope Process will give back to you or the charitable organization of your choice a percentage of those processing fees.

"For example, an average merchant that processes approximately $84,000 a year in credit card transactions can expect, just in year one, to raise as much as $600 for the charity of their choice while getting the tax deduction for doing so. It's easy to see how charities could potentially see tens of thousands of dollars in donations for their organization with no additional cost or expense," concluded Sgueglia.

For more information log onto www.thehopeprocess.com

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