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New Business wanting to accept Card payments? Well here’s how you can do just that...
by Startacus Admin
One of the biggest challenges when starting up a business is getting a payment system in place that makes you as professional as your intentions.
Frustrations abound when you have a client or customer who can only pay with card, especially if you can only accept cash payments.
The good news though is that the innovative iZettle service and card reader is one of the best ways to help combat that frustration. It’s the perfect solution, especially for the early stage retailer, trader, or even pop-up shop / restaurant / cafe owner...the list goes on...
And the fab thing about the iZettle service and card reader is that you have No lock-in contract, No fixed fees and you only have to pay iZettle for for successful transactions, making this flexibility ideal for any new startup who doesn’t need or want to commit to a long term contract.
The transaction fees are pretty reasonable too - working out between 2.75% and 1.5% depending on monthly sales, so it doesn’t kill your pocket at the same time.
In effect, all you need is a smartphone or tablet with the iZettle App downloaded and an iZettle card reader at your disposal.
And here’s the best bit - the good folk at iZettle have linked up with us and made it that little bit easier for Startacus members, by offering the iZettle card reader at a super discounted rate of £69 compared to the standard retail price of £99. Hooray!
We’re delighted that iZettle are offering Startacus members the card reader at this discounted rate, and hope that this member deal, alongside all the other member deals we’re offering can help you all make the running of your businesses, that little bit easier and cost effective.
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