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Cash is no longer king

September 25, 2019

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Market commentary by Luisa Grey, Director, Eazipay Ltd

Is Britain's love affair with cash finally over?

‘Cash is king’, ‘cash economy’, ‘hard cash’ – phrases that many Briton’s grew up with may well be heard no more as we seemingly move towards a cashless society.

Recent figures from the British Retail Consortium show that only 20% of spending in the UK is now paid for using cash.

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Save £45.00 with Eazipay's referral scheme

September 24, 2019

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Our industry-leading reputation is built on exceptional levels of customer service and support – and saving our clients’ money wherever we can!

Which is why we want to remind you about the Eazipay Referral Scheme, where you can earn a £45.00 Credit Note against your regular fees.

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Best feet forward for charity fundraisers during Blood Cancer Awareness Month

September 2, 2019

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Twenty-seven year old, Eloise Bright from Stretham, Ely, is preparing to take part in a 13 mile charity walk to help raise awareness of Blood Cancer.

Eloise, a Direct Debit Account Controller at Eazipay Ltd, a leading Direct Debit and automated payment processing company based in Ely, along with her boyfriend Josh and their families, are raising money for the Anthony Nolan charity by taking part in the Walking Together 2019 event as part of September’s Blood Cancer Awareness Month.

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Prompt Payment Code to get the attention it needs

August 15, 2019

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Market commentary by Luisa Grey, Director, Eazipay Ltd 

As far back as 2013, we said in a press release titled ‘Government is letting small to medium size businesses down’ that the Prompt Payment Code needs a complete overhaul as it clearly isn’t fit for purpose. We also said that it needs to be given real powers to be able to act effectively on behalf of SMEs.

In the same year, we issued another statement calling for the Prompt Payment Code to be scrapped.

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Businesses urged to plan ahead to avoid Bank Holiday payment delays

August 12, 2019

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The August Bank Holiday is fast approaching and Pay.UK, the home of Direct Debit and Bacs Direct Credit in the UK, is reminding businesses to plan ahead to avoid missing important payment commitments.

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