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What We Are Not

We are not vendors of Telecom or Merchant Services products or services, which means we don’t sell to you, but we do help you to reduce costs.

What We Are

We are professional independent consultants helping you to profit by staying on top of the Telecom and Merchant Services marketplace on your behalf – and making sure you don’t pay more than you should for those services.

Our Experience & Clout

We have represented more than 16,000 business clients to optimize their Telecom and Merchant Services costs... we can do the same for you.

Our Success

We have generated more than $240,000,000 in profits for our clients by helping them to reduce their expenses… again, we can do that for you.

Our Coverage

We have more than 100 offices across the United States and Canada with more than 300 professional consultants to help you.

Our Unique Offering – Contingent on Success

We are very confident in the results that we will create for our clients so we don’t charge any fees at all if we can’t find savings for you. We simply share in the savings we find for you – through expense reductions and error recoveries.

Our Motivation

We are completely independent and objective. We receive no payments of any kind from vendors of Telecom Services or Merchant Services – we are completely motivated to help only you.

From the Schooley Mitchell Blog: Our Industry Reviews

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Sprint’s video streaming limit on its alleged “All-In” plan created controversy among customers, causing the U.S. carrier to rethink its fine print. Sprint recently introduced its new “All-In” plan to consumers, using David Beckham as its prime advertising tool. Beckham, a friend of CEO Marcelo Claure, can be seen in the company’s new commercial pitting the All-In plan against a seemingly inferior AT&T plan. All-In costs $80 per month and includes a $20 lease on handset as well as $60 for un...

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Blogging Site Medium Drops Password Logins

Most websites usually have three login options: a standard password login, or logging in via Facebook or Twitter. Passwords have recently become the topic of much scrutiny as they relate to security. As a result, the blog site Medium has decided it will no longer be using passwords as a way for users to access their accounts. Medium had previously used the Twitter and Facebook login option, but have now added a simpler way. After entering their email address, Medium will send users an email with...

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