It's an easy way to reach loads more people in your area, and it means your shop is never shut. Your customers can order and pay online, then make a payment through your website, through a secure payment link or over the phone, before coming to collect their order. Simple.
We have a few different online products available. From letting people buy through your website, sending them an email with a payment link in it, or taking payments over the phone with our online virtual terminal, we've got one for you.
Our payment consultants can help you decide which will benefit your business best.
Start taking payments online today - give us a call or complete our form to get started.
Accept all major credit and debit cards through your website.
Add a payment link to your emails and invoices.
Log in online to our secure system and take payments over the phone.
We don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. That's why we’ve got a team of payment consultants who will work with you to help you get the best deal.
They’ll come and meet you at your business to get a really good understanding of how you work and create a pricing package that’s personalised to your business’ needs.
We have a short 12-month contract to give you the flexibility you need and don’t charge set-up fees when you join.
Plus, if you have any questions, we have a friendly UK-based support team that you can get in touch with either over the phone or by email.
Read our online payment terms and conditions here.
It was really easy to get set up - I just checked out the website, made a phone call and they got me an appointment straight away!
Yes, they are. Our online payment systems use the latest security features, like 3D secure authentication, Address Verification System (AVS) and Card Verification Value (CVC).
It means that when your customer is ready to pay, they’ll be asked to provide additional information (like their billing address or security card number) to confirm that they own the card. This information is then checked against the details the cardholder has stored with their bank.
All our online payment systems meet the latest PCI DSS security standard. PCI DSS compliance is the latest standard which makes sure you’ve got the right controls in place for card payments. So, you can relax knowing you and your customers are protected when taking payments.
You’ll be able to take all of the major credit cards and debit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, Maestro and American Express.
Don’t worry, we can help you decide which is the best one for you.
There’re a few online payment systems to choose from, so you can take payments online a number of different ways. Choosing an online payment system is really down to how your business works.
Got a website? Connect it to your online payment gateway.
Deal with online and offline bookings or invoices? No problem. Just add a payment link onto your booking confirmation emails or straight onto your invoice to ask for payment.
If you want to take orders over the phone, you can also use our virtual terminal for online payments. You just login to the system and fill in the form with their payment details to take payment.
All our online systems use the latest security features. They also come with a free online real-time reporting system, so you can track all your payments in one place.
Yes, you will need a merchant account. We can help you get set-up with an online merchant account for free with one of our acquiring partners, like Barclaycard, as part of our service.
The merchant account is separate to your business bank account. It holds the payment funds whilst they’re checked and approved.
The money is then transferred to your business bank account where you can access it. This is all done automatically in a matter of seconds every time you take a payment.
All you need to do is complete our free quote form and our team will give you a call to find out how we can help.
We’ll can arrange a time for one of our card payments specialists to meet you at your business. They’ll work with you to create a pricing package to suit your needs.