Payzone criticised over daily transaction target

Payzone criticised over daily transaction target
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Retailers have hit out at e-payment provider Payzone’s decision to increase the minimum number of daily transactions they must meet from 35 to 40. Store owners are now charged a strict £2.99 low-usage fee each week if they miss the target. Arif Ahmed, of Ahmed Newsagents in Coventry, said Payzone had not notified him about the target, which he only discovered last month after…

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