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Kelsey Dykstra

Kelsey Dykstra is a freelance writer based in Vista, CA. She has been blogging for over ten years and writing her whole life. Kelsey has a B.A. in both English and Writing from Grand Valley State University. Originally from Michigan, this warm weather seeker migrated to Southern California. She enjoys writing her own fictional pieces, reading a variety of young adult novels, binging on Netflix, and of course soaking up the sun.

Featured Articles From Kelsey Dykstra

Credit Card Issuers & Card Networks: Understanding Key Differences

The various terms, options, and even company names on credit cards can be downright confusing to the average business owner and cardholder. While you may…

How Can Level 2 & Level 3 Credit Card Processing Help Your Small Business?

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The Best Abandoned Cart Email Templates & Examples that Win Back Customers

When it comes to eCommerce businesses, shopping cart abandonment can feel like an epidemic. You’re almost at the finish line but, at the last minute,…

R31 ACH Return Code: Permissible Return Entry (CCD and CTX Only)

In today's world, so much of business is conducted electronically. In the electronic payments space, Automatic Clearing House (ACH) payments are becoming increasingly popular, with…

What is a Privacy Policy & Why Do You Need One on Your Website?

Technology has become a staple of modern life. From cooking and cleaning to work and entertainment, technological advancements surround us everywhere we go. While these…

What to Do When Stripe Will No Longer Process Payments

For every business across every industry, a quality payment processor is a necessary tool for success. Stripe is a popular choice, especially for new businesses.…

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