Last month the Payment Systems Regulator launched a review of the UK card acquiring market in order to assess whether it’s working well for merchants.
With non-secure transaction fees creeping up, I conducted a small investigation to discover which acquirers represent the best value for merchants.
In this article, I’m going to look at five popular sales channels for merchant services. I’ll touch on how competitive their pricing is and quickly explain whether or not I’d recommend you use it.
In this article, we’ll look at some of the alternatives to PayPal, which do exactly the same thing but at a much cheaper price.
Another January and yet another card processing fee increase from the acquirers. Why this time? Simply put, because their card scheme fees are going up.
Visa has reduced interchange on UK consumer debit cards by 1p and will remove the additional non-secure fee of 10p per transaction on some transactions.
Card processing fees certainly had their ups and downs in 2015 and we had expected 2016 to be relatively quiet. Not so.
Christmas should be season of goodwill to all, so why are merchant acquirers acting like Scrooge at Christmas? WorldPay has become the latest merchant acquirer to fail to pass on the full 0.5% EU reduction in consumer credit card interchange to its customers.