Contactless Card Readers
Give your customers the experience they expect with our contactless payment devices.
Customers today want the convenience of paying with a single tap, making contactless payments the primary payment method for many consumers. The contactless symbol is now recognisable on debit cards, credit cards and contactless payment terminals around the globe.
Valitor can help you add contactless technology to your existing payments system. We help small and medium-sized merchant customers accept all major payment methods. This includes newer technologies such as Apple Pay and Android Pay.
Why should your business accept contactless payment?
- You can adopt modern payment methods with ease
- Contactless debit cards are safe and secure
- Our terminals accept all major credit and debit cards
- Contactless payments are fast and reliable
- All our devices are PCI (Payment Card Industry) approved
How will contactless card machines benefit your customers?
If you want your business to stay relevant in today’s fast-paced business world, you have to give your customers what they want. In this case, what your customers want is to pay in the fastest, easiest and most efficient way possible – and that means contactlessly.
By investing in a contactless card terminal, you can boost transaction speed for convenient, hassle-free payment. What’s more, you can avoid the build-up of long queues and dissatisfaction at the checkout – ideal for both your customers and your staff.
How do contactless payments work?
Contactless payment systems use radio-frequency identification (RFID) or near field communication (NFC, e.g. Samsung Pay, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Fitbit Pay) to make secure payments. Transactions are twice as fast as conventional cash, credit, or debit card sales.
The embedded chip and antenna enable consumers to wave their card, fob, or handheld device over a contactless card terminal at the point of sale. Contactless payments work in close physical proximity. This is not like mobile payments – which use broad-area cellular or WiFi networks and do not involve close physical proximity.
The future of contactless card readers.
Banks and card networks are even willing to promise that any fraudulent contactless transactions are refunded. This is because the benefits of contactless – including the proven standard of security – far outweigh potential losses.
This is one of the reasons that customers are starting to feel more comfortable with contactless payments than ever before.
Contactless payments suit every type of business that sells items with a value of £30 or less, for quick and seamless transactions.
The UK monetary limit may be lifted in the future. This will make contactless card machines suitable for even more businesses – even those that sell high-value items at a lower frequency.
Tailored to your business requirements.
We provide pre-configured contactless terminals tailored to your business requirements. This means setup time is minimal and all you need to get started is a dedicated phone line or broadband connection.
In no time, you will be able to provide simple, fast transactions to your customers, safely and securely.
Follow the instructions below to start your contactless payment journey. Improve your business with measurable results today!
Contactless Card Machine FAQs.
What is a contactless terminal?
A contactless terminal is a card machine that accepts various types of contactless payments, including: credit and debit cards, Apple Pay, Android Pay, Google Pay, Fitbit Pay, and other devices that use near field communication (NFC) or radio-frequency identification (RFID).
How secure is taking contactless payment?
Contactless payments go through the same secure network as chip and PIN payments and use the same encryption technology, giving it a proven standard of security.
Each and every contactless card or device is protected by a range of powerful security features that safeguard your personal and financial details.
How is contactless payment technology protected from the threat of fraud?
For contactless payments to work, the payment card or device must be within centimetres of the payment terminal, making “digital pickpocketing” highly unlikely.
The UK’s spend limit per transaction is currently set at £30, this security feature serves as an anti-fraud aspect.
What’s more, in the unlikely event you become a victim of contactless card fraud, your bank will still return your money, which wouldn’t happen if the payment type in question was cash.
What is the contactless payment limit?
The current limit for contactless payments in the UK is £30 per transaction. In the future, it is possible that this cap may be increased.
As it stands, contactless payment capabilities are ideal for businesses that sell products or services priced below £30, such as:
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