Is your business new to card payments ?
Is your business looking to start accepting card payments? But you’re unsure of how it all works? Universal Transaction Processing is here to help.
We offer a wide range of card payment solutions to small and medium size retail shops, coffee shops, convenience stores across the UK. So, no matter what industry you are in, we have the best card processing solutions for your business.
Did you know that over 80% of all retail customers pay with their credit and debit card?
Book an appointment with our sales representative to find out, in depth how we could help your business save money on card processing, whilst maximizing sales! Our sales representatives are based nationwide, so you are able to come visit our premises when it is suitable for you. All of our card payment solutions are tailored to your business needs, so you there are no additional fees or charges.
Our helpful Beginners Guide will tell you everything you need to know about card processing, from how it works to how much it costs. If you’re new to card payments, then this is a great place for you to start reading up on the basics of credit and debit card payments, as it covers some key questions that often catch businesses out and end up costing them money.
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There are two types of costs involved with using a merchant account. Firstly there will be a charge for the rental of the card payment machine which will be fully inclusive of any costs relating to the support and maintenance of the equipment. Secondly you will be required to pay transaction charges relating to the actual card transactions processed on the terminal (or via your website). These charges will depend both on the type of card processed and the nature of business which you are running.
Rest assured that in relation to the above charges, our team will work with you to select the most appropriate and cost effective solution for your needs.
What’s more, owing to the fact that card terminals mean less cash and cheques to deposit, you’re likely to incur fewer bank fees. And if you’re worried about security, then you needn’t be. Once the necessary infrastructure is in place, you can receive authorisation that funds from card transactions are being sent directly to your bank account.
To open an account you will need to provide information relating to your business including details of your expected card turnover, average transaction value and details regarding the goods or services you will be provided to your customers. In addition to this you will need to provide details relating to the ownership of your business and where it is located. If you plan to take payments through your website, you will also need to set up a payment gateway which can also be provided directly from UTP.