Payments provider myPOS soon to enable merchants with SEPA Instant Credit Transfers
SEPA instant payments were introduced by the European Payments Council in November 2017 in response to the growing need for a pan-European instant payment scheme. It offers the ability to send and receive money transfers within Europe, in Euro currency, anytime and within seconds.
''myPOS is at the frontline of adopting the latest trends and technology of payments processing and offering SEPA instant payments in its portfolio of services.’’- says founder Christo Georgiev.
By adding SEPA Instant payments to the payment options of the myPOS account and platform, the company creates more value for the businesses who rely on myPOS to process payments and manage business finances. SEPA Instant is an ideal solution when businesses need to urgently make bank transfers to partners, agents and contractors, to execute immediate reimbursements for returned goods or deal with payment discrepancies or errors.
myPOS makes a difference to small and mid-size businesses by providing a pay-as-you-use service, simple fee structure and instant settlement of processed payments.
Find more information about myPOS at www.mypos.com
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