RBS WorldPay has been selected as a preferred provider of merchant accounts for buyers of VeriFone’s PayWare Mobile card payment solution for the iPhone.
As the fastest growing provider of electronic payments in the US, RBS WorldPay will market PAYware Mobile through its multiple channels, including its nationwide direct and ISO sales forces and via the web.
“VeriFone’s PAYware Mobile provides businesses with simple and secure card processing capabilities using a terrific iPhone App,” said Ian Drysdale, senior vice president (SVP) of product and business development at RBS WorldPay. “This is a unique solution that particularly appeals to both micro-merchants and also to mobile merchants seeking increased functionality and simplicity.”
VeriFone’s card reader slips over iPhone to accommodate card swipes and allow merchants to avoid high-cost ‘card-not-present’ fees. It incorporates a stylus for signature capture and a mini-USB port for charging iPhone while the ergonomic reader is attached.
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