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Forecourt Eye launches subscriptions service
13 December, 2017

Fuel loss recovery expert Forecourt Eye has unveiled a new subscription service, which aims to match different service options to evolving customer needs.

A new entry-level £15 monthly option has been created for forecourts wanting a more effective way of addressing No Means of Payment (NMoP) incidents.

The announcement comes on the back of latest data collected by Forecourt Eye in October 2017, which revealed a sharp rise in NMoP incidents across its customer base.

NMoP incidents historically track at around 35% of reported cases, but in recent months this has increased to 48%, which means almost five in every 10 incidents is NMoP rather than a drive-off. The average incident value remains at £32.

Nick Fisher, CEO of Forecourt Eye, said: "Fuel crime and NMoP activity across the UK are constantly evolving and that means we need to stay one step ahead in order to continue to meet our customer needs."

Leeds-based Valli Forecourts uses the Forecourt Eye service across 15 locations.

Area manager Waqas Aslam said: "It is very straightforward, anyone can do it. Once the information is collected and submitted into the system, we don't do anything, we leave the rest to Forecourt Eye. It's no hassle, no wasted time for us, they do it all."

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