First Data Polcard is the first paying agent on the Polish market to declare its participation in the card acceptance network development program
Last week the Cashless Poland foundation announced the launch of its program that gives small and medium businesses the possibility to receive a cashless transaction terminal free of charge for one year. The foundation's press release states that the organization will soon publish a list of terminal operators participating in the project. Meanwhile the first one - First Data Polcard - issued an important statement.
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In a press release received by Cashless.pl FDP says that it will be actively involved in Cashless Poland's program. The company also states that it is preparing a special offer that will allow program participants to benefit from preferential rates after the 12-month period. This is very significant for the program because many business owners have issued concerns over the fact that, once the Cashless Poland program is over, they will have to pay higher charges for the terminal service than sellers who do not participate in the project.
You can find out more about the program participation conditions and FDP terminals by calling +48 22 230-92-72 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. To make it easier for new businesses to use a terminal, the company prepared instructional materials that are available on YouTube and should make learning to use the device quick, easy and convenient.
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According to a study titled “Attitudes and behavior of SME owners towards cashless transactions” prepared by Ipsos for the Cashless Payments Development Foundation (FROB), FDP is the most popular payment agent among small and medium enterprises. - We are currently working with 24 percent of all SME businesses that accept cashless payments. This is the best possible recommendation for our SME offer - says Krzysztof Polończyk, FDP board member.