Accept Credit Cards and Checks with Confidence
Affordable and user-friendly, our business and merchant services provide small businesses with a complete and beneficial program. Gulf Winds has partnered with Newtek Merchant Solutions to provide your business with a complete menu of payment acceptance options, including:
Credit and Debit Card Acceptance
Accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover Card, American Express, Diner's Club, JCB, PIN-based debit cards, and signature-based debit cards.
Electronic Check Services
Accept paper checks with convenience and confidence using check verification, check verification with guaranteed payment, electronic check recovery, and recurring debit.
Allow your customers to make payments directly from their checking or savings accounts.
Conduct business online with a shopping cart and a secure Internet payment gateway.
Gift and Loyalty Card Programs
Create a compelling reason for your customers to come back to your business.
Call Newtek directly and mention Gulf Winds: 1.866.360.1450
The Right Retirement Plan for Your Business
What is the right retirement plan for your business? Many business owners today are faced with an increasing need to provide a retirement benefit for themselves and their employees. Gulf Winds has partnered with Raymond James Financial Services to help you and your employees plan for retirement. Selecting the right retirement plan for your business is a crucial step and providing one has many benefits.
Let our Raymond James financial advisor, Bob Alft, provide an overview of the features and advantages of the various plans available to business owners like you. Every business is different and Bob Alft will guide you to the plan that best suits your business retirement plan needs and objectives.
Of course, we cannot offer legal advice to clients. Before implementing any plan, you should consult with your tax and/or legal advisors.
Securities and investment advisory services are offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC, an independent broker/dealer, and are not insured by the FDIC/NCUA or any other bank insurance, are not deposits or obligations of the bank, are not guaranteed by the bank, and are subject to risks, including the possible loss of principal.