Merchant Services

Card Payment Service

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Payment Terminals

Benefits

  • Access to Revolution, the leading administration and reporting platform developed by RMS.
  • Transaction management information and consumer intelligence reporting via the Revolution platform.
  • Range of Ingenico Wired, Wireless and Mobile payment terminals.
  • Leasing arrangements in place.
  • Enhanced support options up to 4 hour 24x7x365 fix or replacement.

Cardholder present (CHP) solutions are provided through a payment terminal (or multiple payment terminals) on site with the merchant to perform the transaction with the consumer face to face. The transaction is delivered using chip and pin technology through the payment terminal, also known as a PED (pin entry device). In the case of NetPay this equipment is provided by Ingenico one of the leading manufacturers of payment devices in the world. There are 3 different types of equipment provided by Cat 5 Comms.

Mobile

Mobile payment terminals are becoming increasingly popular with smaller businesses, particularly businesses that conduct trade on the road at exhibitions, markets, trade fairs etc. These devices provide secure payment capability with the transaction transmitted over a mobile connection. The connectivity is provided using a global roaming SIM allowing for connectivity across all the major operator networks to provide a better chance of coverage in all locations. Mobile devices are not connected to any point of sale equipment (POS/EPOS).

Wired

The equipment is wired, usually placed on a counter top and connected to a telephone line which is used to access the banking infrastructure either by dialling up or over a fixed broadband connection when processing a transaction. The software on the device encrypts the transaction information when transmitting to ensure the payment is made securely. The device commonly connects to point of sale equipment (POS/EPOS).

Wireless

The equipment is wireless, using Bluetooth connectivity to a base station connected to a telephone line which is used to access the banking infrastructure either by dialling up or over a fixed broadband connection when processing a transaction. The software on the device encrypts the transaction information when transmitting to ensure the payment is made securely. The device commonly connects to point of sale equipment (POS/EPOS).