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Suresite agrees card processing deal with Costcutter

John Wood ·
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Suresite, the Preston-based card services and risk management company, has concluded an agreement with the Costcutter Supermarkets Group (CSG) to offer its independent retailers across Britain access to its processing services and technical expertise.

The deal is part of CSG’s business services offer, which has continued to grow since its launch in summer 2017, designed to provide independent store retailers with improved terms to help their bottom line.

From its launch in 2005, the volume of bank card transactions now processed by Suresite Card Services exceeds £2bn per annum. It says this ensures that its clients receive one of the most competitive rates available alongside a range of services that extend from processing methods to settlement options and managing the seamless integration of contactless.

“This is a very exciting collaboration for both parties,” explained David Wright, card services manager at Suresite. “We are like-minded companies, both offering high standards of customer support and striving to provide the independent retailer with the best possible value for money.

“Suresite is delighted to be working with such a prominent convenience store brand, offering Costcutter, Mace and Supershop store retailers exceptional rates that will help them to strengthen net earnings.”

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