I Love Velvet, Inc., a leading international supplier of mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) systems, has released a new free trial program along with a special offer that allows merchants to own the robust, secure, multi-transactional proprietary hardware.
The 30-day free trial program allows merchants to test the seamless mPOS solution for up to 30 days and return it, with no obligation and penalty, if they are unhappy for any reason. In addition, merchants can now own their mPOS equipment at no cost once the initial three-year service agreement is complete.
I Love Velvet CVO, Patrick Bouaziz states, “With any such innovation to the established retail market there is some hesitancy to embrace new technology despite its obvious advantages. We listened to the voice of our customer and based on their feedback, we want to dispel any uncertainties that may exists with our tested, seamless and, most importantly, secure mPOS solution. It is our experience that after the beta-test of the I Love Velvet 30 day trial program, merchants recognize its potential impact to the overall customer experience, which translates into stronger loyalty, and ultimately a sharp improvement to their bottom line.”
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