Common issues which can result in a credit card terminal not working can include a faulty credit card terminal battery, faulty software on the credit card terminal, damage to the hardware or damage to the swipe facility where a customer would traditionally insert their card for a Chip and PIN card payment. A credit card terminal could encounter issues which result in its connectivity or performance being restricted, this can include the Wi-Fi capability and NFC (Near Field Communication) payments.
Whether your credit card terminal is provided by one of the UK’s leading manufacturers including Verifone, Spire, PAX or Ingenico or perhaps you have a mobile card terminal whose suppliers include SumUp, PayPal and Square, it is important to have it functioning to its highest capabilities.
If your business is encountering issues with your credit card terminal (which is not working), there are a couple of avenues you can explore to rectify the situation. The paramount importance being able to accept all major credit and debit cards including China Pay, American Express, Maestro and Diners Card is critical if any business to function on a day-to-day basis.
Our primary focus is to provide the latest credit card terminals that securely connect with chip reader devices. As technology evolves, the last few years has seen a surge in integrated card terminals and POS systems allowing business owners to grow sales and increase customer loyalty.