What is a Merchant Account?
A merchant account is a type of bank account that allows you to accept credit or debit card payments.
Is a merchant account just a business bank account, then?
No it isn’t
You will need a Merchant Account and a Card Acquirer to be able to process card payments
Switch now and save £100’s or £1,000’s per year
Merchant accounts are designed as packages which include several features and benefits!
All major financial institutions have therefore been proposing packaged solutions to allow their business clients to handle edit and debit card transactions.
Although their many features and benefits come at a price, it is important to understand the possible operational frameworks
of a merchant account to consider which contract is better for a prospective business customer.
CUT YOUR BUSINESS COSTS the easy way – GET A FREE BILLS AND FEES REVIEW
Simply send across a copy of your latest telecoms bills, energy bills or a merchant statement and we will compare the market for you
in order to obtain better rates, less fees and help to enhance your bottom line to save you both time & resources
Simply send us the relevant information and we will get cracking to help you cut your business costs!
We will then reach out to our extensive partner network to compare pricing to help you save time and money
We will review offers from our partners and recommend the right deal for your business needs and consideration
If you like what you see we will help you with your application to get that deal and support you all the way
On average, we reduce BILLS ANd payment costs by 35% – 75%
How much can we save you? fIND OUT TODAY!
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR FREE PAYMENTS AND BILLS REVIEW AND YOU WILL SAVE MONEY GUARANTEED!*
(please remember to include a copy of a current bill (e.g. electricity, gas, telecoms) or a merchant statement as
this will help us to provide you with a much faster cost comparison)
*Paid for every business who sign up to Merchant Services or Finance
*Savings Guarantee is based on us being able to help you on at least one of your services