NetPay and Costco Wholesale have announced a multi-year partnership that will see NetPay’s merchant payment services offered to Costco members as part of their services package. The merchant payment services will be promoted in all of the 25 Costco warehouses nationwide from October 7th as well as via the costco.co.uk website. This underlines Costco’s commitment to reduce the cost of doing business for its members and NetPay’s commitment to support the growth of businesses nationally by working with key partners.
Carl Churchill, Managing Director, NetPay said “Costco’s ethos is to help small-to-medium-sized businesses reduce the costs of purchasing, whilst delivering unbeatable customer service, which is totally aligned with our own objectives and why this partnership works so well. We are offering Costco’s members the opportunity to significantly reduce the cost of their merchant payment services whilst delivering the quality of service they would expect from their provider.”
Mel Young, UK Marketing Services Manager said “We chose NetPay as our partner for merchant payment services because of their variety of payment hardware to suit any business. Additionally their Revolution platform, gives our members complete visibility and control of their transactions enabling them to make informed decisions. “
Churchill continues “Historically small-to-medium-sized business were unaware that they could procure merchant payment services anywhere other than their High Street banks. NetPay is now offering merchants a competitive alternative, with open, honest and transparent rates with access to Revolution our unique reporting analysis tool.
We are delighted to be working with Costco to bring this opportunity to their members and look forward to supporting them in taking advantage of the NetPay services.”
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