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PayPoint enlists retailers for recruitment drive

John Wood ·
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PayPoint has launched a ‘refer a retailer’ promotion to reward its existing retail partners and encourage more retailers to sign up to PayPoint One throughout November.

Available for all PayPoint One retailers, the scheme encourages existing customers to refer someone to PayPoint One in return for up to £50 credit each for themselves and the retailer they refer. Retailers can receive the reward for each device their referred friend has installed. The promotion runs from 1-30 November.

To refer a friend, retailers must complete an online form, confirming details such as store name, postcode and contact telephone number. Throughout the promotional period, retailers are not limited to the number of friends that they can refer. 

Lewis Alcraft, commercial director of PayPoint, commented:  “There are now well over 10,000 retailers benefitting from PayPoint One in their store. I’m pleased that this offer will reward our existing retail partners, while welcoming many more. We are committed to continually searching for innovative ways to make the lives of retailers and customers better.

“PayPoint One is the fastest growing EPoS solution in the UK, with our retail partners benefitting significantly from the enhanced experience and business insight it brings.” 

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 22 April 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East133.73138.71126.93
East Midlands132.86137.09126.21
London133.50140.13127.73
North East131.78134.50125.79
North West132.42136.29125.88
Northern Ireland130.30133.18124.00
Scotland132.76140.06126.01
South East133.78139.62127.48
South West133.17138.78126.51
Wales132.4055.70133.90125.75
West Midlands132.61139.12126.38
Yorkshire & Humber132.13137.49125.86

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