Accept payments over the phone

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Even more ways for your customers to pay

With a virtual terminal, you can take payments over the phone or by post, as well as online. So you’re always ready to make a sale. Each member of staff has their own ID, which they use to log into your online account. Then all they need to do is enter the customer’s card details and make the sale. It’s as simple as that.

Accept card payments on multiple devices

Most businesses integrate their payment page into their call centre setup. However, any member of staff could use your virtual terminal to take a payment, using the web browser on their laptop, tablet or smartphone.
All transactions are processed online and stored to comply with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). There is also added fraud protection, to help protect your business.
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Your virtual terminal accepts all major credit and debit cards and you can take payment in multiple currencies. It’s quick and easy for your staff to use and another convenient way for your customers to pay.

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Get started

It’s simple to start taking phone and post payments.

  1. Apply for a virtual terminal and we’ll set up your merchant account at the same time
  2. Your virtual terminal is simply a page in your online account, so there’s no integration necessary
  3. We’ll email you your login details
  4. Then log in to the Virtual Terminal page and you’re ready to go
  5. The page will guide your staff through what they need to ask the customer to complete the sale
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