SUMUP Credit Card Reader

Financial, legal, advertising, pricing, marketing, accountancy, bookkeeping, employment, taxation, etc.

Re: SUMUP Credit Card Reader

Postby DEEPJOY » Sat Mar 02, 2019 11:45 pm

At the moment both Sum up and iZettle are advertising the card readers for £19.00 + VAT.

You download the app on your phone or notebook / iPad and you are off.

iZettle each transaction will cot 1.75% and Sum up 1.69%. It may be that your money arrives in the bank a wee bit sooner with iZettle than Sum up.

I use Sum up and have had no problems, there is very little difference to these two competitors. iZettle will cost you a wee bit more, but it may have a few advantages down the line, like integration with accounting software (Xero).

How much and how many payments per month will you take? Sun up will save you 6p per £100. Which card readers look best from a design point of view. As mentioned above, for the extra 6p per hundred may be worth having the money in you bank a day earlier (if that is indeed the case)?
User avatar
DEEPJOY
 
Posts: 514
Joined: Mon Mar 10, 2008 1:06 am
Location: Newcastle-under-Lyme
Organisation: inPicture Framing
Interests: Framing, Photography, Aircooled VW and time to be creative.

Mainline Strathdon

Re: SUMUP Credit Card Reader

Postby Mark Thornton » Tue Mar 05, 2019 11:19 am

Another thumbs up from me for iZettle, simple to use / cost effective and funds paid into your account within a couple of days.

Mark
https://www.underpinner-spares.co.uk Framing equipment spare parts - Easy online ordering
User avatar
Mark Thornton
 
Posts: 224
Joined: Thu Feb 08, 2007 5:00 pm
Location: Brighouse, West Yorkshire
Location: Yorkshire
Organisation: Underpinner Spares
Interests: Red wine - lots of it.

Re: SUMUP Credit Card Reader

Postby kuduframes » Wed Mar 06, 2019 7:02 pm

iZettle variable rate plans
I've been using iZettle for a couple of years and have been happily paying 2.75% on each transaction until I noticed 1.75% in this thread.
I checked with iZettle and was advised you can opt for the lower fixed fee of 1.75% in the settings menu, now done ! but be careful this option is fixed at 1.75% for all transactions irrespective of your volume whereas the higher rate plan is a sliding scale and at some point will become cheaper, need to do the maths.
Also you cannot change back to the higher rate plan once you opt for the lower fixed rate plan.
kuduframes
 
Posts: 180
Joined: Thu Apr 28, 2011 7:09 pm
Location: Ewshot, Hampshire
Organisation: Kudu Frames
Interests: Art, photography

Previous

Return to Business Matters



  • Advertisement
cron

 
Picture Framer's Trade Directory
Picture Framer's Oracle

 
Members Map Header
Members Map
More info
Resources Header
Contact Forum Admin
Directory
How to include an image in your post
Cove Box Designer
Download Designer
General supplies
Glass
Machinery
Mounts/Mountboard
Artists
Conservators
Prints
Software
Tuition
UK Medals
Framers Forum Live!
Support Header
Crimson
White
Green
Violet
Advertise Header
Forum Banner Ads