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Debit cards overtake cash to become number one payment method in the UK

binární opce 60 sekund ikili opsiyon uzman tv strategie vincenti opzioni binarie 60 secondi For the first time the volume of purchases made by card now accounts for more than half of all customer transactions, according to the British Retail Consortium’s (BRC) latest annual Payments Survey. This has partly been driven by UK customers increasingly using cards for lower value payments.

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http://mksplumbing.com.au/?sese=banca-popolare-emilia-romagna-simulazione-trading-on-line&950=3d banca popolare emilia romagna simulazione trading on line The survey reveals that cards accounted for more than 50% of all retail transactions by volume.  Cards have become the dominant payment method as retailers’ investment in payment technology has facilitated greater customer choice over how they pay for their goods both in store and online.

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best option traders The survey also revealed that new regulations have helped deliver savings for retailers. Investment in payments has been boosted by savings of around £500 million for retailers and their customers from the EU Interchange Fee Regulation (IFR), introduced following a successful campaign by the BRC, which caps some of the fees for handling credit and debit card transactions.

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einfache binäre optionen broker Commenting on the Survey’s findings, BRC Policy Advisor- Payments and Consumer Credit Andrew Cregan, said “A growing number of retailers have invested in payment technology to accept cards, contactless payments and new payment applications both online and in store. In part, this has been facilitated by the Interchange Fee Regulation (IFR), which was introduced across the European Union following a successful campaign by the BRC and has led to a significant fall in the cost of collection that benefits retailers and their customers.”

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binära optioner traderush “Looking ahead, the Government should act to retain the benefits of the IFR for retailers and their customers after the UK leaves the EU and introduce further regulatory action to address the alarming increase in other card fees and charges at a time when the retail industry is facing acute cost pressures elsewhere.”

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