In response to the global Coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis iZettle have reduced their Payment Link or ‘Pay-by-Link’ fee from 2.5% to 1.75%, bringing it in line with their normal face-to-face card fee. This is great for businesses who are used to taking face-to-face payments who are rapidly evolving their business model to handle more remote ways of working. In this article I’ll step you through taking remote payments from customers.Continue reading “How do you take remote payments with iZettle?”
iZettle is one of a growing number of card payment providers who are taking over from traditional merchant services. Being able to handle credit card transactions can transform a small business – it did for me! Today I’m going to take you through how to use iZettle – from initial set-up to configuration of more advanced features such as barcode scanning.
At the time of writing we’re approaching the start of the 2020’s. Physical cash is dead. Everyone wants to pay by credit card or contactless technologies. It’s more professional and it means you no longer need to be an unpaid credit facility for your customers. Money can circulate around your business faster and this can massively promote growth, especially in the early days of self employment. In this article we’re asking the question, is cash finally dead?