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.
I haven’t written about the card reader market for some time and I thought it was about time I revisited the subject.
In this guide, I’ll cover different types of PDQs, accepted payments, costs and purchase options.
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.
Founded in 1998, SmartDebit is the UK’s leading direct debit service provider, processing over £2 billion every single year. In this blog, I put it to the test to see how it stacks up against its competitors.
I’m often asked about whether PayPal Here or iZettle is better. In this article, put the two readers to the test, comparing their functionality.
In this review, I’ll give you a brief overview of Barclays before evaluating its products, pricing and service. Let’s get started.
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.
Square is a California-based mobile card reader provider that launched in the US back in 2010. But it took seven years until it launched in the UK.