PAYMENTS and EPOS system provider PayPoint has announced new features for Booker retailers.
Bill payment service provider PayPoint has started 2020 with a raft of contract renewals that sees it hold on to some of the biggest names serviced at its 28,000 sites across the UK and extend the services offered in these stores.
PAYPOINT has reached an exclusive deal with emerging digital bank Monzo that will allow account holders to deposit cash through payment terminals.
PAYPOINT has been celebrating a milestone, with its PayPoint One platform now live in over 16,000 stores across the UK.
Paypoint and Link have begun the process of installing no-fee cash machines in areas which have lost their free access to cash
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Paypoint has been helping remove banking charges for more than 2,000 of its ATM customers .
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Paypoint has teamed up with the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) to provide support to store owners across the UK .
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PAYPOINT had a lucrative 2017 according to the payment firm’s preliminary results for the year ending 31 March 2018, with the firm posting pre-tax profits of £52.9m.
As PayPoint continues its expansion into EPOS, marketing manager Steve O’Neill explains why he thinks the new system adds value for retailers
PAYPOINT has taken a major step forward in the roll out of its EPOS system by securing a new agreement with Booker.
PAYPOINT has enjoyed another six months of growth