Tip: Your shop can use a smartphone instead of an EFTPOS terminal

Even the smallest of businesses can accept credit card payments using nothing more than a smartphone and a tiny adaptor.

As we move towards a cashless society, more and more customers want to use credit cards for even the smallest of purchases. It might be convenient for customers, but it's not necessarily convenient for businesses. Spend money to make money   As soon as customers opt for a card ...

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