What's the best virtual terminal for small businesses in the UK? Some providers are more costly than others.
What are the card payment solutions available for small businesses? We list and explain in-person, online and remote card payments.
A virtual terminal is a secure screen for processing card payments remotely. How does it work and what are the characteristics?
Square's virtual terminal is cheap, easy to use and requires no commitment. How does it work? Any feature limitations?
Is PayPal or Square Virtual Terminal best for small businesses? Compare features, costs and service of these popular phone payment solutions.
Phone payments through Takepayments is not for everyone. We tested it and review fees, features and service - here's what to consider.
Taking payments over the phone is important for many businesses in the UK, but how do you actually do it?
Are phone payments legal in the UK? What are the regulations for businesses? We explain the key rules governing over-the-phone transactions.
What is a card not present transaction? We explain the different types (yes, there are several), security concerns and how merchants can prevent fraud.
Is Worldpay or PayPal best for over-the-phone payments? We compare the fees, customer service and user experience.
Worldpay's virtual terminal works well, but what are the costs and what can you expect from the service?
SumUp payments over the phone are easy as pie, but maybe not as suitable as a primary solution as other virtual terminals.
PayPal Virtual Terminal is easy to use for phone payments. The fees are high for small businesses - is the service worth it?
SMS payments can work for large and small companies alike, as well as charities. Find out how you can use SMS payments and if there are any advantages.
How safe are phone payments? Generally quite safe. We cover the most important ways to protect yourself from card fraud.
We compare PayPal and Payleven virtual terminals for over-the-phone payments in the UK. What are the fees, customer support and access to funds like?