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22 Mar 2024

Rob Brown, co-director of Dalby Forest Cycle Hub, a not-for-profit hire scheme has been nominated for the Tourism Superstar 2024 award, run by VisitEngland.

14 Mar 2024

The Association of Cycle Traders has held productive discussions with the Cycle to Work Alliance around the issue of Cycle to Work reform, following the news that more than 650 independent bike...

12 Mar 2024

ACT parent company, Bira – the British Independent Retailers’ Association -  has said that the Chancellor’s decision to reduce national insurance rates could offer a...

11 Mar 2024

The Cycle to Work Alliance and the Association of Cycle Traders have identified common areas of interest around Cycle to Work reform.

11 Mar 2024

Cytech, the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians, has launched a new Facebook group - the Cytech Tech Forum –...

11 Mar 2024

Proposed government changes to regulations and legislation governing EAPCs (Electrically assisted pedal cycles), which could see a doubling in the power of e-bikes to 500W and allowing ebikes to...

8 Mar 2024

Daniel Blackham, editor of industry magazine BikeBiz, has been writing about his experience of completing the Cytech technical one qualification at training provider Spokes People in Milton...

7 Mar 2024

ACT member and Cytech-accredited retailer JE James Cycles – one of the largest independent cycle retailers in Europe – is to open a new 7,874 sq ft store shop in Barnsley town...

6 Mar 2024

Cytech partner Activate Cycle Academy, the largest and most recognised training provider of bike maintenance and technical training courses to the UK’s cycle industry, recently welcomed a...

29 Feb 2024

Retailers looking for a payment solution that facilitates in-person, remote and online payments should look at what’s on offer from ACT partner Global Payments.
 

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Enjoy preferential pricing, no authorisation fees and no PCI fees with ACT partner Global Payments

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Retailers looking for a payment solution that facilitates in-person, remote and online payments should look at what’s on offer from ACT partner Global Payments.

GP card machines

With over 40,000 merchants in the UK, Global Payments been recognised as a Fortune 500 member globally. Closer to home, they have been nominated for ‘Best use of voice of the customer’ for their customer experience and continue to support businesses across the UK. With 50 years’ experience in the industry, it means retailers can feel assured they are in safe hands.

 ACT members enjoy a range of benefits from working with Global Payments, including:

  • No authorisation fees.
  • Next-day crediting with cleared funds (with participating banks)
  • Three months free terminal rental for new Global Payments customers to all silver and gold ACT members*
  • Preferential pricing for members on debit/credit card rates
  • No monthly PCI Compliance Fees (non-compliance Fees still apply).
  • Access to cashback facility

Click here to find out more or call the ACT team on 01273 427 700

*3 months free terminal rental is only available for new Global Payments customers. You will pay no rental fees during the first 3 months. This is based on a total contract length of 12 months. All terminals are included in this offer. After the first 3 months, all fees will be payable monthly. Transaction fees still apply. Global Payments reserves the right to vary the terms of, or withdraw, this offer at any time by posting changes online, or by emailing you, and it is your responsibility to refer to and comply with the most up-to-date terms. Your continued use of the terminal after variations have been made constitutes your acceptance of the terms as varied. 

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