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Cardsave

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Type  Private
Services  Payment Services
Headquarters  Grimsby
Parent organization  Worldpay
Key people  Clive Kahn (CEO)
Website  www.cardsave.net
Founded  1995
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Industry  Electronic Payment Services
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CardSave is a UK-based payment processing company, the organisation was rebranded to WorldPay in February 2014 after being acquired by WorldPay in December 2010. It provides an online payment gateway and point of sale credit card processing for small to medium businesses.

WorldPay (formerly Cardsave) provides electronic point of sale terminals to merchants, plus a backup manual card processing machines, known as the "zip-zap" machine. The latter is available in case the former becomes faulty.

The companies head office is in Grimsby, England, with offices in London and Nottingham. However, since the merge with WorldPay they now have offices in Gateshead, Cambridge and Manchester as well.

History

Cardsave was formed in 1995 by an independent retailer to negotiate lower rates for credit card processing, their aim was to reduce the processing charges that were set by the main commercial banks. Although they offered their services to various businesses, their main clients were tyre fitters and hairdressers.

In 2007 Clive Kahn, former Chief Executive of foreign exchange company Travelex, led a £72m buyout of Cardsave, backed by private equity firm, Exponet.

In March 2010 Cardsave acquired TNS, a UK POS terminal hire business, which mainly provides terminals to petrol stations.

On 21 December 2010 Cardsave was acquired by a former partner company, the UK card processor WorldPay.

Cardsave was re-branded to WorldPay in February 2014.

References

Cardsave Wikipedia


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