After enough interest from other laundry owners about how I used SketchUp (a free 3D modeling program) to design my family’s newest laundromat, I decided to create a series of videos showing how I did it.
I hope they’re useful to you! Let me know if there is anything in particular you would like to see or learn about. -Brian Henderson
Hey, Brian Henderson here of Liberty Laundry and Wash-Dry-Fold POS. Today I’m going to show you how to use a free tool called Google Forms, as well as Google Sheets, in order to make an equipment problem log that’s online and accessible anywhere, including from your smartphone for your laundromat, as well as how to create an order check out form for your drop-off laundry service. Whenever an order is handed out for your drop-off laundry service, then you know exactly who handed it out to whom, and when.
Click on the link that says “Alert, you have a PCI Non-Compliant MID. Learn how to get compliant.“
This will take you to the Trustwave website where you can complete the PCI Self Assessment as well as the PCI Network Vulnerability Scan.
When beginning the PCI Self Assessment be sure to click on “Start Over” at the beginning, since it sometimes skips some important basic account setup questions when jumping to the Trustwave site from the CardPointe website.
If asked about what equipment or software you’re using to process credit card payments, enter “pcAmerica Cash Register Express” or some variation of that, and if you are using the EMV PIN pad then also enter “PAX S300”
If asked if you’re using a third party for anything, select No.
That’s all there is to it! It takes maybe 20 minutes or less to do all this.
There are no trick questions, and if you get anything “wrong” it will tell you afterwards and you can easily go back and update your answers once you’ve addressed the issue. No worries! Trustwave’s entire goal is to help you get PCI compliant.
Beyond that you only need to do the Self Assessment once per year and if there haven’t been any changes in your setup from the prior year it’s greatly simplified compared to the first time.
If your PCI Network Vulnerability Scan report comes back with a Failing grade then don’t hesitate to use the Customer Support button on the Trustwave website for assistance with understanding the scan results and how to correct them.