I haven’t written about the card reader market for some time and I thought it was about time I revisited the subject.
Some businesses are deemed ‘high-risk’ and require specialised merchant accounts. In this article, I’ll look at why businesses are classified as high-risk.
In this article, I’ll look at third-party processors in more detail and discuss their advantages, disadvantages and optimal use cases.
In this article, I’ll explain what businesses have to pay in order to accept card payments and then discuss how to find and buy the most competitive merchant service deals.
Imagine you’re standing at a supermarket checkout, the cashier scans all your shopping and gives you the total. You tap your credit card on the card terminal and the till whirs for a couple of seconds before printing you out … Continued
In this article, I’ll cover common cancellation fees, the Consumer Credit Act, the practicalities of cancellation, dodgy contract terms and some extra things to look out for.
Worldpay went from under-valued subsidiary to Europe’s largest private equity buy-out in 2010. But has this all been good for its UK customers?
In this article, we put Paymentsense to the test and see how well it measures up against its competitors. Let’s get started.
Payzone is a merchant service provider based in Dublin. Payzone UK was set up in 1995 and has been supporting SMEs in the UK ever since.
A common question we receive from merchants is: How much does a credit card machine cost? In this article, we’re going to try and answer it.