GoCardless is the simpler way to accept Direct Debit
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Online payments systems can be tough to understand. In this article, we demystify payments and recommend a range of alternative systems for those specific non-Direct Debit use cases.
Direct debit is a great way for charities to collect payments and the three main providers are GoCardless, Valldata & Rapidata.
There are three main ways you can switch your customers over to GoCardless, which option is right for you will depend on a few things including whether you were already collecting Direct Debit payments and which GoCardless product you’re using.
We’ve put together a quick guide to Bacstel-IP, Bacs approved software and the Bacs payment services website.
We’ve put together a super simple table pitting GoCardless against PayPal on criteria like customer support, cost and international reach.
Taking payments from customers in a European country has traditionally been a confusing affair. This post walks you through your five main options for taking payments from Direct Debit to card and bank transfer.
Merchants often ask us for help getting their customers set up to use Direct Debit, so we've put together six simple steps that you can use to help them through the process.
Direct Debit is pretty versatile and the same things that make it great for regular, fixed payments can also make it great for one-off and variable payments too.
The Direct Debit Guarantee protects customers against payments made in error or fraudulently, making Direct Debit the UK's safest payment method.
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