Primecare (Salisbury) Ltd supplies personal care assistants who meet the needs of a wide range of people.
When one of their major clients began changing the payment rules, the company turned to Direct Debit from Eazipay for a solution, as owner Paul Riley explains.
Aquarius UK isScotland’s first contact centre that is fully staffed by home working advisors. It looks after the phone answering and business needs of around 150 clients across the UK.
Roddy Forfar, Aquarius UK's Managing Director, thinks that Direct Debit with Eazipay has saved his business thousands of pounds over the years.
Askmore Communications is a rapidly growing telecommunications provider. The company has its head office in Wales and a number of satellite offices across the North West of England and the Midlands.
Askmore came to Eazipay after an uncomfortable experience with a bank, as Managing Director, Chris Statham, explains.
“In a previous incarnation, we had had a Direct Debit agreement with one of the big four banks. To my mind this was an extremely unsatisfactory arrangement. Unquestionably we needed Direct Debit, but the costs involved and penalties incurred for making mistakes made the whole set up completely unsustainable.
The Best of Bolton is a website which finds and promotes the very best businesses in Bolton. Run by Gaynor and David Ramsden, the company checks out every business to make sure it is worthy of going on the site. They have around 50 clients, all of whom pay by Direct Debit.
“What I like best about Eazipay is the fact that they help you every step of the way,” says Best of Bolton's Gaynor Ramsden.
Established in 1999 and with over 1000 clients, Toolkit Websites specialises in providing website design packages for small businesses. Based in Southampton, the company makes it easy for firms with limited technical know how get online and stay online.
"In many ways, Eazipay provides a similar sort of service to us," says Toolkit Websites founder Marcus Green.
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