RCH Pay service lets merchants link their RCH cash register to a standard Android NFC smartphone or tablet and accept contactless payments without a dedicated POS terminal
Italian cash register provider RCH has launched a new SoftPoS service RCH Pay in cooperation with paytech provider Dejamobile and international payments platform Market Pay. Now its customers can accept contactless payments on Android NFC devices.
The service utilises Dejamobile’s ReadyToTap Payment for Merchants SoftPOS technology, while payment acquiring and processing is provided by Market Pay.
RCH Pay does not incur activation costs or monthly fees. Thus, merchants can simply download the RCH PayBox app to their Android devices and activate the RCH Pay service to begin accepting contactless payments. All accepted transactions are credited directly to the bank account of the point of sale.
As for additional features, the service also allows sending payment receipts via email or SMS. Moreover, RCH Pay allows merchants to view transaction history in real time.
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