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next day CARD payments from transax, with the latest card machines

With TRANSAX, we’ll pay you on the next working day for your customers’ card transactions, straight into your bank account!

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Why Choose TRANSAX?

We’re the card payment specialists who have been helping businesses like yours for nearly thirty years. Whether switching supplier or taking the plunge with your first card machine, be sure to get a quote from TRANSAX.

  • Next day payment option, no matter who you bank with
  • The latest machines with Contactless & Apple Pay as standard
  • Monthly paper billing – at no extra charge
  • Online access to your merchant account – at no extra charge
  • Enjoy customer service phone and email support from UK & Ireland
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New to card payments?

With TRANSAX you can offer your customers the convenient card acceptance service they expect – the painless way.

  • Advice choosing the right card machine
  • We’ll help with the paperwork
  • Easy set-up and full support
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Ready to switch suppliers?

If you’re looking to save money and to experience unrivalled support for your card machine, simply switch to TRANSAX.

  • Advice on the best replacement package
  • All transfer paperwork done for you
  • A latest card machine, delivered in days
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“We switched to TRANSAX because they offered a better service, lower rates and good back up” (November 2015)

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Latest News

Debit card payments more popular than cash

Debit card payments have overtaken cash use for the first time, new figures show, as contactless technology takes a firm hold on day-to-day spending. A total of 13.2 billion debit card payments were made last year, a rise of 14%…

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UK Card Expenditure Statistics: September 2017

Commenting on the publication of the September card expenditure statistics, Richard Koch, Head of Cards at UK Finance, said: “Card spending continued to grow in September, driven in part by the migration from cash payments, with the service sector leading…

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