Taking card payments in the field


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nick.castle

Folks,

A friend of mine is a self employed service engineer running a small
business.

He already takes credit/debit cards in the workshop but out on the
Road he was prviousley taken cash or a guranteed cheque, however now
with the end of the gurantee scheme the only guranteed payment at the
monent seems to be cash.

I was looking at some of these Andriod aps which allow you to take
payment using the app, I wondered if anybody had any experiance of
these and any pitfalls.

Thanks,

Nick.
 
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Martin

Folks,

A friend of mine is a self employed service engineer running a small
business.

He already takes credit/debit cards in the workshop but out on the
Road he was prviousley taken cash or a guranteed cheque, however now
with the end of the gurantee scheme the only guranteed payment at the
monent seems to be cash.

I was looking at some of these Andriod aps which allow you to take
payment using the app, I wondered if anybody had any experiance of
these and any pitfalls.

Thanks,

Nick.
Might be worth chatting up one or two local mini-cab firms, or
home-delivered-meals to find out how they cope...?
 
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Roger Mills

Folks,

A friend of mine is a self employed service engineer running a small
business.

He already takes credit/debit cards in the workshop but out on the
Road he was prviousley taken cash or a guranteed cheque, however now
with the end of the gurantee scheme the only guranteed payment at the
monent seems to be cash.

I was looking at some of these Andriod aps which allow you to take
payment using the app, I wondered if anybody had any experiance of
these and any pitfalls.

Thanks,

Nick.
Dunno, but a lot of market traders use credit card machines - connected
using mobile phone technology of some sort. Have a wander round an
outdoor market, and chat up a few traders.
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Cheers,
Roger
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