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Payment services

Accepting payments online

Online payment services that help grow your business

If you're interested in selling your products and services online but not sure where to start, we can help. Our online payment services give you everything you need to let your customer pay online - quickly, safely and securely with Worldpay.

  • With Worldpay, you'll be able to accept payments from all major credit, debit and charge cards
  • Your customers can pay in their own currency and your business has a variety of currency settlement options
  • Sophisticated encryption ensures secure processing of online transactions
  • Offering online payments attracts new customers and more impulse buyers as consumer habits change

Cards are the preferred method of payment for online purchases. We make it easy for you to set up and run an online payment system - and the helpdesk is available around the clock if you need it.

Fees apply

Card processing

Make it easier and safer for your customers to buy from you by accepting cards as payment using Streamline.

Streamline is one of Europe's leading face-to-face card payment services. It helps customers in every part of the high street, service companies and professionals, from start-ups to blue chips.

There are more than 165 million annual card payment in the UK alone and Streamline handles almost half of all UK transactions, reliably and confidently.

Benefits include:

  • Accept payments from all major credit, debit and charge cards
  • Funds are sent straight to your account, reducing the need for bank visits
  • Your customers can pay in their own currency and your business has a variety of currency settlement options
  • Simple and easy to use, with a dedicated helpdesk open 365 days a year

Fees apply

Cheque clearing

The clearing guide below helps you calculate when your money begins to earn interest, when money can be withdrawn from the account and when you can be sure that the cheque has cleared.
Example: If you pay a cheque into your account on a Monday, you can expect to earn interest (if the account pays interest on credit balances) two working days later on Wednesday (Transaction day +2). This is also the point at which this money will reduce the amount of your overdraft interest charged (if applicable). Funds can be withdrawn by day five, Friday (Transaction day +4). By the end of day seven, the second Tuesday (Transaction day +6) the money cannot be reclaimed after this time (i.e. as a result of a cheque being returned unpaid). Any unpaid cheques returned too late, i.e. after Transaction day +6, will not be debited to your account.

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