Tag: cash

Cash remains king in UK shops

Alternative/emerging means of payment, such as online payments and money-off coupons, grew last year seemingly by 150%, although these remained a fraction of the total. But cash remains the dominant payment mechanism. Cash is still the most popular form of

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Whiteknights FC has become an iZettler

Whiteknights Football Club has been delivering youth football in Reading since 1986 and is and FA Charter Status club. We have over 150 players and the club has always been run and administered by volunteers. Collecting payments and subscriptions from busy parents

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McPrepaid: Luncheon Vouchers grind beefburgers to a halt

Which retailer has done one of the best jobs of supporting and promoting contactless payments in the UK? I would say McDonald’s. All their restaurants proudly display payments terminals that accept contactless payments and they have made a considerable investement.

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Contactless payments to increase retailer revenues

McDonald’s will be introducing contactless payment technology throughout all their restaurants this month. I can see why they would do this; as customer adoption increases the average till time will decrease and there will be less cash to deal with.

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Vodafone Hungary to test NFC m-payments at Sziget festival

Here’s a good trial of NFC m-payments in an entertainemtn environment. The whole scheme seems to focus on the consumer first including cashing-out and theft of cards. Well done Vodafone and good luck. During the 18th edition of the festival,

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UK ‘could be living without cash in 10-15 years’

When I read this line, “The UK could be living without cash in the next ten to 15 years” I thought there are quite a few people there already. Read the short article at this link: UK ‘could be living without

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Paul Lawrie: ‘I use a prepaid card for pretty much everything’

When Paul Lawrie, the Scottish golfer and former Open Championship winner was asked, “How do you prefer to pay for things: cash, card or cheque?” his response was: I use a prepaid for pretty much everything now, topping it up a

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