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Guides & tips

Our tips on making payments work for you

Clubs and societies: Are you using the right payment method?

A lot of clubs and teams are using the wrong payment method to collect their membership fees. To help you decide whether your club is using the right payment option we’ve put together a list of three quick questions for you.

Clubs and societies: 4 simple ways to save time and do what you love

Managing a club or society is a lot of work – that’s before you even get to deciding on teams, formations or tactics. Here are our four top tips on cutting down some of this unwanted admin so you can get back to the activities you really love.

10 strategies to improve your payment page conversion rate

68 out of every 100 people who get as far as your payment page will leave without actually making a purchase. How much could you increase your revenue if you increased conversion? We’ve put together a list of ten simple conversion rate fixes.

Late payments: 5 tips to get your customers to pay on time

One in four companies are also spending more than 10 hours a week chasing late payments. To help you spend more of your time on the things you love,we’ve put together our top five tips for dealing with late payments.

Landlords: 5 Secrets To Ensuring Your Tenants Pay On Time Every Month

As a landlord, it's absolutely vital to collect your rent payments on time each month. So what can you do if your tenants aren't paying on time? We've put together our top five tips for getting your tenants to pay their rent on time.

Landlords : Should you be using Direct Debit?

If you’re collecting rental payments, now is the perfect time to review your payments process to ensure you’re making the most of your time and money and that you are catering for your tenants' needs.

Gyms, health clubs and fitness businesses: Should you be using Direct Debit?

Gyms and fitness businesses of all sizes are now using Direct Debit to collect membership fees.

Cancelling your Direct Debit is as easy as 1, 2, 3

Cancelling a Direct Debit simply stops payments from going to the organisation you are paying. If you carry on receiving the goods or service...

Online payments: cleaner and more cost-efficient than cash?

Research released earlier this month by MasterCard and the University of Oxford has shown that, despite believing that handling cash is as unhygienic and dirty as public transport hand rails, less than 20% of us wash our hands after holding it.

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