If you want to accept payments online, you have two main options: Credit (or Debit) Card and Direct Debit. To help you get to grips with your online payment options we've run through the main choices at a high level here.
We’ve scoured our database of more than 3 million payments to bring to you some cold, hard facts about Direct Debit. This should help you decide whether or not Direct Debit is right for you.
Direct debit is a great way for charities to collect payments and the three main providers are GoCardless, Valldata & Rapidata.
Direct Debit isn't only great for regular, fixed payments.
The Direct Debit Guarantee protects customers against payments made in error or fraudulently, making Direct Debit the UK's safest 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.
GoCardless has helped businesses in the hospitality sector like Bookatable and Zenchef. Here’s how.
Gyms and fitness businesses of all sizes are now using Direct Debit to collect membership fees.
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.
Wondering whether it's time to switch from Standing Order to Direct Debit? Try our quick quiz to find out whether Direct Debit could be a better choice for your business.
UK businesses have been rather slow when it comes to embracing the internet and, more specifically, online payments.