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At Eve Nail Lounge in Broadbeach Waters, you never bite your nails – but owner Karen almost did when she read her bank statement.
“My bank EFTPOS fees were becoming so expensive. They were costing me about $1200 a month.”
“As a small business owner and working off small margins, I really needed to reduce my costs, especially after Covid.”
So what did Karen do? She spoke to Smartpay about SmartCharge and removed her fees like a bad polish.
If you want the best shave in the town of Albany, you go to Ron’s Barber Shop.
And, if you’re a small business that wants to shave thousands off your bank fees by getting rid of card transaction fees, you should talk to Smartpay about SmartCharge, says owner Rowena.
Going from a cash-only business to accepting cards has helped one Illawarra restaurant increase the average transaction size by 30% – and all without paying any EFTPOS fees.
Kotez Chickens & Take Away is frequented by hundreds of locals in the Illawarra beach suburb of Bellambi, serving top-notch BBQ chicken, chips and salads for more than 22 years.
Lennox Head Surf Shop saves $8,000 p.a.
Every surfer can appreciate a good cutback on a wave, but what about an $8,000 cutback on bank fees?
For Gavin, the owner of the Lennox Head Surf Shop, the move to Smartcharge from Smartpay was a life saver.
“It means a lot to a small business. The savings are helping our bottom line and our ability to maintain a great product range.”
If you’re unsure about adding a surcharge, here’s some simple advice to help.
Is adding a surcharge for electronic payments right for your business? With the right EFTPOS solution, it’s easy to introduce a surcharge that’s fair to you and your customers, and it can help keep prices down for everyone.