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izettle for £19 + VAT
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30/11/2017Expires on 30/11/2017Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
Any Good? With iZettle there are no contracts or fixed monthly costs & currently max fee's are 2.75% per transaction (between 1% - 2.75%) Payments are deposited to your bank … Read more

Locks your Bluetooth out so can't be paired to any other device afterwards!

Anyone know the percentage paid for over the phone payments?

artnada9 h, 49 m ago

Make sure you change the setting of that. Also, make sure the software is …Make sure you change the setting of that. Also, make sure the software is up to date from the Play store or App store. Mine is set at 0% and stays like that always. Also make sure the reader software is up to date. There was an update recently for it.




Thanks, I will double check what is going on; I got the Playstore update, but havent seen any indications of a firmware update to the reader itself.

I use iZettle and think it's fantastic. It's really quick to use too.

I've also just logged into my account after it was mentioned the fee is 1.75%. It appears they've changed their pricing so with a few clicks I've migrated from the 2.75% to 1.75%. Excellent news!!
Edited by: "leel246" 7th Nov

GlentoranMark6 h, 40 m ago

What is easiest for the customer or are they all similar?


All similar however, the iZettle machine is by far the quckest at actually taking the payment, especially contactless. It is instant. I have a SumUp (was Payleven), iZettle and Paypal reader.

For machine/software speed I rate:
1st - iZettle
2nd - Paypal
3rd - Sumup

For payout speed:
1st - Paypal
2nd- iZettle / SumUp
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New iZettle Reader for £19 + VAT (Normally £59 +VAT)
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Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
Was posted a while ago when it was on offer for £25 + VAT, now down to £19 + VAT on the link. Thought this was an excellent price for what it can do & is ideal for small busine… Read more
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you can get the paypal card reader for £35 now, a much better offer IMO.

artnada25th Aug

*HOT* This is an excellent price for this reader. I have one, and it is …*HOT* This is an excellent price for this reader. I have one, and it is very fast at taking payments. If you are ok with 3 business days for your money, then this is for you.



I'll second that. Ideal in my tea room.

Personally not sure it will happen. HMRC and DVLA are two organisiation that will miss out on millions
Morenenth1 h, 27 m ago

You're right, that legislation is coming in, and typically government hit …You're right, that legislation is coming in, and typically government hit small businesses hard.

jordanc9330th Aug

Based on what ive read from January it will be illegal to add a surcharge …Based on what ive read from January it will be illegal to add a surcharge to a customers transaction as the government will be bringing in legislation which means business have to cover the card transaction charges themselves.



You're right, that legislation is coming in, and typically government hit small businesses hard.

Seems to be for new customers only, pity I would have liked one of these as mine is old and plugs in, not Bluetooth
New iZettle Reader for £25 (Normally £59)
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Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Good offer if you are looking at taking card payments for your business. Currently max fee's are 2.75% per transaction. Sell smarter iZettle’s point of sale solutions make manag… Read more

screenshot of PayPal Here app.


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artnada19th Aug

PayPal reader can do card payments like that.


oh ok the paypal business card reader? hmm thats interesting..

bxboards20th Aug

Yes, same issue here - I got one last year when they were posted at 19 …Yes, same issue here - I got one last year when they were posted at 19 quid here, and people do not like the look of them, it's hard to get someone to swipe their cards when they hear so much about card skimming and have never heard of iZettle....it's obviously legit, but I can appreciate the caution. I haven't tried the Paypal unit as I don't trust them and presumably they make it very easy for you to be scammed?


In the last 3 months I have done over £9,000 with Square (similar)
Not a single person has queried it or changed their mind after seeing the card reader. Indeed a number of people have said how cool it is and said that it might be useful for them...

admirable10th Aug

I've had the IZettle one, same fees as Paypal but the biggest issue was …I've had the IZettle one, same fees as Paypal but the biggest issue was convincing folk it was ok as most had never heard of IZettle. I now use the Paypal here reader as most folk already have a Paypal account and if not at least they have heard of them.I realise Square is only 1.75% compared to PayPal's 2.75% which means it's only £1 more every £100 so Not a great issue for me.


Yes, same issue here - I got one last year when they were posted at 19 quid here, and people do not like the look of them, it's hard to get someone to swipe their cards when they hear so much about card skimming and have never heard of iZettle....it's obviously legit, but I can appreciate the caution. I haven't tried the Paypal unit as I don't trust them and presumably they make it very easy for you to be scammed?
Edited by: "bxboards" 20th Aug
iZettle Reader for £19 + VAT (£22.80 - Normally £59+VAT ) / iZettle Reader and Dock £39 + VAT (£46.80) @ iZettle
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Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Perfect for those who run their own business like sole traders, the iZettle card reader allows you to take card payments, including contactless payments, easily with an average of … Read more
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jazlabs7 h, 26 m ago

In my opinion Square is fundamentally flawed by their card reader design. …In my opinion Square is fundamentally flawed by their card reader design. If I was a customer I would not want to enter my PIN into someone's mobile phone/tablet. As a business I would not want to have to hand over my phone/tablet to customers to enter their PIN. If your payments are 100% contactless (impossible as not everyone uses contactless cards) then Square is perfect, but their decision to not put PIN entry on the reader is just plain stupid.

​Yeh, true. Thought about that after looking into it.

snappyfish29th Jun

Square seems like a good deal anyone used them?


In my opinion Square is fundamentally flawed by their card reader design. If I was a customer I would not want to enter my PIN into someone's mobile phone/tablet. As a business I would not want to have to hand over my phone/tablet to customers to enter their PIN. If your payments are 100% contactless (impossible as not everyone uses contactless cards) then Square is perfect, but their decision to not put PIN entry on the reader is just plain stupid.

murkr

Seems a good deal, high transaction fee though.I use stripe: … Seems a good deal, high transaction fee though.I use stripe: https://stripe.com/gb/pricingNo device required and can attach payment to invoice using wave apps.



Please can you explain how a customer would pay with a card? I have a stripe account connected to my website

OliWarner15 h, 34 m ago

This keeps coming up (are they a sponsor?) but don't get lured in by a …This keeps coming up (are they a sponsor?) but don't get lured in by a fancy reader. They're charging you way too much per transaction. The established players compete on price. Talk to some! I know multiple people paying 0.8% (online), 0.85% (card present), with free terminals. Even at low volume, ask around. Your customers don't care about the brand of card reader.




True but every established player is £15-£20 per month for terminal hire, min 12 month contract and also my personal experience with worldpay is min £7.50 per month so if you put nothing through in a month you're looking at min £22.50 for terminal + min fee.

OliWarner8 h, 23 m ago

This keeps coming up (are they a sponsor?) but don't get lured in by a …This keeps coming up (are they a sponsor?) but don't get lured in by a fancy reader. They're charging you way too much per transaction. The established players compete on price. Talk to some! I know multiple people paying 0.8% (online), 0.85% (card present), with free terminals. Even at low volume, ask around. Your customers don't care about the brand of card reader.


Whom is offering 0.8%?
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Izettle Card Reader and Docking Stand £54 @ Izettle
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Found 21st MayFound 21st May
The docking stand is usually £39 plus vat so your getting the reader for £8 when buying both.

izettle card reader doesn't last very long, I switched to SumUp due to previous iZettle lite reader stopped working

Yes if the items are not fit for purpose and the buyer raises a claim via the bank

If you sold some items at a trade Fair for £100 on this what protection do you have as a seller?
Can you have the money taken back and refunded leaving you with nothing?

Really good for small or on the go businesses, used it for at a retail fair, came in handy

OliWarner

You talk to them. Negotiate.As I said, this is a market with so many … You talk to them. Negotiate.As I said, this is a market with so many providers that competition really does push prices down. WP were happy to waive terminal fees in my experience too, the client for 5 of them for a 12m deal. At a flat 0.85%, credit and debit, inc AMEX.


That's weird as I get 1.5% cash back on Amex so they must be losing money on those transactions might get myself one and empty my card into every month. This is does my head in actually when I ask if a place if they take AMEX and they sorry no their fees are too high........ No YOU are with the wrong card provider!
iZettle card reader only £19 +vat. Important! £22.80 Please use the link in the first comment!
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Found 20th Aug 2016Found 20th Aug 2016
Hi guys, I have just seen a deal on here showing the iZettle chip + pin card reader available for £34+, however I purchased this only yesterday for £19 +vat direct from iZettle. I… Read more

rudey

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Look to be expired now, different offer on the links, £29.00 + VAT for the card reader, and £750 of your first payments at 0% fee. Mods please expire.

cannot get the links to work

I've found their service is good. Money lands into your account after 3 working days. Problem is they don't allow part payments (like taking deposits or paying balance), It needs to be full payments. Anyone know of a similar card processor that doesn't charge monthly fees and where you can buy a machine like this and take Part payments ( Won't go near PayPal with a barge poll. Really bad reviews and chargebacks at a whim)
Edited by: "david_kly" 11th Oct 2016

realvinner

Try the following link for the £19 price, worked for me … Try the following link for the £19 price, worked for me ...https://www.izettle.com/gb/onlinepartner2?utm_source=affiliate&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=gb_datecs_19&utm_content=Polynia+Limited



Managed to register and order for £19+vat thanks

get a sumup box. 1.95% transaction costs. got one for £19 from a deal on here last month. hence I guess izettle have matched the offer.
iZettle contactless / card reader for businesses now £34.80 (until aug 31st normally £70.80
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Found 19th Aug 2016Found 19th Aug 2016
For taking payments on the go it uses your phone (android / ios) to take both card and contactless payments. it takes the standard fee which ranges from 2.75% to 1.5% but dosn't ch… Read more

Anyone help, a friend who's a builder is looking at a getting a monthly contract phone from tesco...what would be the best cheap phone to pair with this...thanks for any help

AnneJones

I take the majority of bookings for my business online but occasionally … I take the majority of bookings for my business online but occasionally get a few direct. Each booking is £25-£35 and can take 25-50 bookings a month. At the moment the online payments are taken by paypal. Suffering baby brain here so can someone help me out, am I better off getting something like this?



Minimum (25x £25 bookings) : you take £625, you pay 2.75% which is £17.19
Maximum (35x £50 bookings) : you take £1,750, you pay 2.75% which is £48.13
Average (30x £37.50 bookings) : you take £1,125, you pay 2.75% which is £30.94

I don't know what arranagements you have with PayPal, but if they charge more than 2.75% then you are better off with this deal.

umarh

sorry may be a silly comment. But this looks very similar to what the … sorry may be a silly comment. But this looks very similar to what the bank (natwest) have given me for free to make payments. how it this different?


This is a credit card terminal aimed at small business, sole traders, cabbies etc. It means you can take credit card payments from your customers. The same as Tesco/Sainsbury etc do when you pay for your goods at the till.

The device you're on about, it simply a security device for your account not a credit card terminal.
Edited by: "artnada" 21st Aug 2016

sorry may be a silly comment. But this looks very similar to what the bank (natwest) have given me for free to make payments. how it this different?

hiswife

Hot from me. We had a slightly better deal on our izettle last month, but … Hot from me. We had a slightly better deal on our izettle last month, but it really works a dream, and for us doing festivals, proved a total hit with customers who all chose to have their receipts emailed to them...


It's great isn't it? I've been using iZettle since 2 years now, and apart from a couple of minor downtime, it's been great.
My passengers love the fact they can pay in my car, and are astounded it even supports Apple and Android Pays.