PayPoint and ACS announce independent retailer partnership

Christian Fuller

PayPoint One retailers will be offered free ACS membership under a new partnership between PayPoint and the Association of Convenience Stores.

The agreement will see all 28,000 PayPoint One retailers offered free ACS membership, granting them access to industry-leading events, advice and networking.

ACS chief executive, James Lowman, said: “We are delighted to be working with PayPoint to extend the benefits of ACS membership to retailers using the PayPoint One system, including our Assured Advice scheme which ensures that all local enforcement authorities have to respect the in-store procedures of retailers who follow our guides.”

PayPoint commercial director, Lewis Alcraft, said: “The ACS are the leading industry body representing thousands of convenience retailers across the UK and I’m delighted to be working with them closely to drive better standards, best practice and helping more retailers engaged in the important work the ACS do.”

PayPoint One retailers can find out more about how to register at paypoint.com/acs

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