Saturday, 22nd September 2018
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IOCsave's Brian Whelton recently gave his presentation to an interested Connect Effect Group, regarding cost effectiveness and security of taking Card payments.

IOCsave was set up in Waterford in 2013 and represents Worldpay in Ireland, the largest card payment acceptance company in Europe.

IOCsave business is only facilitating card acceptance, unlike other Utility Broker reps. As such the quality of the customer experience can be enhanced as soon as they start using IOCsave's facilities.

Brian and his colleagues pride themselves on utter transparency whether that's in explaining the keenest rates available, impartial advice and ongoing support. As Brian says, "When someone signs with me he can pick up his phone 24/7, if required".

This level of direct advice and support is what has accelerated IOCsave into the largest Irish owned payment acceptance company in Ireland. Obviously when one is dealing with money the highest security is available, including full 3D security payments. In addition to the best value available to clients with hand held terminals, Brian also offers Ecommerce payment facilities for websites. Also proving very popular are virtual terminals, which can enable one off or automatic weekly, monthly, annual payments being able to be processed.

This is especially useful in dividing the cost of a full payment for a clients' customers.

For any queries regarding information in taking card payments, please email Brian on: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or his mobile on 087-1236188 where he will give you solid advice.

Connect Effect meets at the Waterford Crystal Leisure Centre, Cork Road, every Wednesday morning at 8 am.

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