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Thursday, September 17


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PayPoint and Southern Co-op sign extension to partnership – Retail Times

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PayPoint and Southern Co-op sign extension to partnership17/09/2020 by in Retail News, Retailer News. Southern Co-op which operates over 200 convenience stores and 50 funeral homes across south England, has extended its partnership with PayPoint. The deal will see the continuation of PayPoint services across Southern Co-op stores taking it over the 20-year mark. Thanks to the partnership renewal, customers in the region will be able to continue to visit their local co-operative convenience store to access services including bill payments, mobile top ups, as well as being able to redeem emergency Cash Out vouchers. Our ambition to transform convenience for the modern era can only be achieved through strategic partnerships with businesses, including Co-op, that share our belief in putting the priorities of local communities throughout the UK first.”. Andrew Farndell, head of trading and format at Southern Co-op, said: “PayPoint plays an important part in what we offer customers in our stores and allows us to offer the range of services convenience stores are increasingly known for.

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Tuesday, July 28


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Scotmid extends deal with PayPoint – Retail Times

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Scotmid extends deal with PayPoint28/07/2020 by in Retail News, Retailer News. Scotmid, which incorporates 188 convenience stores and 87 Semichem health & beauty stores across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North of England and has over 4,000 staff, has announced an extension to its partnership with PayPoint. With more than half of PayPoint transactions taking place outside of office hours, communities served by Scotmid can continue to access payment and parcel services at a time of their choosing to fit with their busy lives, including Ridacard payments for Lothian Buses and payments for more than 20 Scottish Councils. ★ Search articles by categorySelect Category2018 FIFA world Cup RussiaAIBrexitCharity fundingChristmas TimeConsumer financeCybersecurityData Time Famecount Polls Reports ResearchDigital Knowledge ManagementElectronic cigarettesFashion Mens fashion Womens FashionFood safetyFood service FoodserviceGDPRIn my opinionIn-store experienceLegal TimeMajestic WineManufacturer news TobaccoOlympicsOmni-channelOpinion Time Comment Tobacco Retail Chinn-wag Why it worksPeopleProduct Time Alcoholic drinks Beer Spirits Wine Baby and toddler food Biscuits Bread Cakes CBD Cereal bars Cereals Condiments Confectionery Chocolate confectionery Crisps and savoury snacks Dairy products Cheese Free-from Ice cream Yogurt Desserts Easter Ethnic cuisine Fiona’s Finds free from Frozen food gluten-free health and beauty Men’s health and Beauty Health drink Herbs & Spices Hot beverages Coffee Tea Household products Ice cream Ingredients Jams and spreads Local food Marketplace Fresh chicken Fresh fish Fresh fruit Fresh meat Fresh produce Meat-free products Non-food Organic Own label Pâtés and spreads Pet food Protein products Ready meals Rice, noodles and pasta sandwiches Sanitary Products Sauces Savoury pies and meat snacks Soft drinks Juice drinks Sports and energy drinks Soup Spreads and preserves Toys Vegetarian and Vegan foodReal estateRestaurantRetail InsightRetail NewsRetail Technology Loyalty schemes Payment systems Self checkout technologyRetailer News Alcohol Convenience and independent retailers Digital retailer Discount retailers etailer Food-to-go retailers Forecourt retailers Hot Shops Online retailers e-commerce Online food retailing Online non-food retailing grocers Online retailing specialist Retail crime Rival retail newsRoyal weddingServices Time Advertising Digital advertising Awards Events Conferences Exhibitions Work shops HR Logistics Marketing Retail equipment Supply chain Food Safety TrainingSustainability Time Animal welfare Carbon footprint Community Electric vehicles Ethical sourcing Coffee Fairtrade Local sourcing Packaging PET Upcycling Waste Food waste WaterTextilesTop menuWholesaler newsWimbledon 2018.

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Wednesday, July 22


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PayPoint Sees Evidence Of Recovery As Quarterly...

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PayPoint Sees Evidence Of Recovery As Quarterly Revenue Falls 6%. (Alliance News) - PayPoint PLC on Wednesday said the ending of a British Gas contract and reduced ... (Alliance News) - PayPoint PLC on Wednesday said the ending of a British Gas contract and reduced frequency of larger payments led to a 6.6% drop in first-quarter revenue, but the payments services provider said it is seeing evidence of recovery in activity across several services. UK retail services net revenue increased by 10% to GBP10.8 million due to the increase in card payments and service fees from the PayPoint One roll-out. Excluding the British Gas contract impact, net revenue decreased by 20% and transactions decreased by 25%, primarily as a result of consumers making larger payments, less frequently, during the Covid-19 lockdown, as well as warmer weather compared to prior year.

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PayPoint plc: Trading update for the three months ended 30 June 2020

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The tables below compare the volume of transactions with the comparable periods in the prior year and show the sites returning from temporary suspension due to Covid-19. There was a slower recovery for ATM sites with 3,636 live at 30 June 2020, an increase of 16 sites since 31 March 2020 due to a reduction in the Covid-19 suspended sites although a large leisure partner was still closed at 30 June 2020 and has now reopened. Acquired the remaining 50% of the Collect+ Group for £6 million on 6 April 2020 with the brand now fully owned by PayPoint. MultiPay net revenue increased by 22.1% due to more smart meters installed and some channel shift from cash to digital payments.

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Tuesday, July 07


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PayPoint and RingGo enable drivers to pay for parking in-store

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The solution enables motorists in more than 400 towns and cities to pay for their parking via PayPoint’s retailer network. Danny Vant, client services director at PayPoint, said: “Accepting RingGo payments across our network of 28,000 retailers is another example of how we are transforming convenience for both retailers and consumers. Peter O’Driscoll, RingGo’s managing director, added: “With the addition of RingGo Retail, at no additional cost to providers, we’ve created an inclusive solution that allows people without smartphones access to paid parking. Now drivers across all demographics can choose how they pay; on the move with RingGo app, or via cash or contactless at one of 27,000 outlets across the UK, whatever way they prefer.”.

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Monday, June 22


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PayPoint and MFG renew payments and parcels partnership – Retail Times

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PayPoint and MFG renew payments and parcels partnership22/06/2020 by in Retail News, Retail Technology, Retailer News. PayPoint and Motor Fuel Group (MFG) have announced a renewal of their partnership that will see the deployment of an EPoS integrated PayPoint solution into 900 locations, and the continuation of Collect+ parcel services in almost 500 stores. In renewing and reshaping their partnership with PayPoint, the company expects to benefit from an improved customer and operational experience. ★ Search articles by categorySelect Category2018 FIFA world Cup RussiaAIBrexitCharity fundingChristmas TimeConsumer financeCybersecurityData Time Famecount Polls Reports ResearchDigital Knowledge ManagementElectronic cigarettesFashion Mens fashion Womens FashionFood safetyFood service FoodserviceGDPRIn my opinionIn-store experienceLegal TimeMajestic WineManufacturer news TobaccoOlympicsOmni-channelOpinion Time Comment Tobacco Retail Chinn-wag Why it worksPeopleProduct Time Alcoholic drinks Beer Spirits Wine Baby and toddler food Biscuits Bread Cakes CBD Cereal bars Cereals Condiments Confectionery Chocolate confectionery Crisps and savoury snacks Dairy products Cheese Free-from Ice cream Yogurt Desserts Easter Ethnic cuisine Fiona’s Finds free from Frozen food gluten-free health and beauty Men’s health and Beauty Health drink Herbs & Spices Hot beverages Coffee Tea Household products Ice cream Ingredients Jams and spreads Local food Marketplace Fresh chicken Fresh fish Fresh fruit Fresh meat Fresh produce Meat-free products Non-food Organic Own label Pâtés and spreads Pet food Protein products Ready meals Rice, noodles and pasta sandwiches Sanitary Products Sauces Savoury pies and meat snacks Soft drinks Juice drinks Sports and energy drinks Soup Spreads and preserves Toys Vegetarian and Vegan foodReal estateRestaurantRetail InsightRetail NewsRetail Technology Loyalty schemes Payment systems Self checkout technologyRetailer News Alcohol Convenience and independent retailers Digital retailer Discount retailers etailer Food-to-go retailers Forecourt retailers Hot Shops Online retailers e-commerce Online food retailing Online non-food retailing grocers Online retailing specialist Retail crime Rival retail newsRoyal weddingServices Time Advertising Digital advertising Awards Events Conferences Exhibitions Work shops HR Logistics Marketing Retail equipment Supply chain Food Safety TrainingSustainability Time Animal welfare Carbon footprint Community Electric vehicles Ethical sourcing Coffee Fairtrade Local sourcing Packaging PET Upcycling Waste Food waste WaterTextilesTop menuWholesaler newsWimbledon 2018.

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Thursday, March 19


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PayPoint update regarding COVID-19

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PayPoint continues to provide vital services to the community during this un-precedented period of uncertainty. Our recent trading across the business has continued to be robust and most recently we have seen areas of increased activity across our network, with consumers currently making higher levels of energy top-ups and increasingly using cards as their preferred payment method. As a result the Board remains confident that progress will be made in profit before tax and exceptional items for the financial year ending 31 March 2020. Our contact centre remains fully operational and we are considering a range of measures to support our retailers and clients during this period. However, the Board recognises that as one of the UK’s leading Bill Payment services providers, measures taken by the government through this period to provide financial support to UK households, such as a waiver on utility bill payments, may have as yet unclear and potentially adverse consequences for our bill payments volumes. Further, as we look ahead to the next financial year, our initiatives to grow parcels, develop our EPoS proposition and other new services across our retailer network will inevitably be slower than had been anticipated. As a result, the business will find it challenging to mitigate the impact from the loss of the British Gas contract and pricing pressure from other utility clients.

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Thursday, January 23


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PayPoint plc: Trading update for the three months ended 31 December 2019 23 January 2020

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PayPoint plc: Trading update for the three months ended 31 December 2019 23 January 2020. The warmer weather over the period of the festive season and the first three weeks of January continues to affect energy transactions within UK bill payments and parcel volume growth remains towards the lower end of our expectations as the four new parcel partners become established within our network. ABOUT PAYPOINT In thousands of retail locations, at home and on the move, we make life more convenient for everyone. For retailers, we offer innovative and time-saving technology that empowers convenience retailers in the UK and Romania to achieve higher footfall and increased spend so they can grow their businesses profitably. 2 Underlying net revenue excludes the £0.2 million impact from the Yodel renegotiation.

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Tuesday, December 03


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PayPoint plc : Holding(s) in Company

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Link Fund Solutions Ltd. City and country of registered office (if applicable). 6th Floor, 65 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7NQ, United Kingdom. Full name of shareholder(s) (if different from 3.)v. Number of voting rights that may be acquired if the instrument is exercised/converted.

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