Axcess have been in the competitions space since the concept first arrived on the scene, processing payments for the first ever house raffle in the UK. Things have come on since then, with house competitions becoming less prominent and skill-based competitions with cars, electronics, luxury items and events becoming ever more common.
As one of the very few payment companies facilitating the processing of payments for skill-based competitions, Axcess have a healthy and well-known customer based in this sector.
Why should you use Axcess Merchant Services for your skill-based competition website?
• You have a direct banking relationship
• We have numerous banking relationships for you to choose from
• You can have two banks through the same gateway allowing for resilience in case one changes their appetite
• We can have you up and running in a matter of weeks (depending on options picked)
• You can process payments in numerous currencies
• Dedicated UK account manager
• Can integrate with WordPress and WooCommerce and most major shopping carts.
• Advise you on how to be compliant with the current rules from the UK Gambling Commission
Axcess do have a setup fee of £1,500 excluding VAT that is paid once MIDS are released (the bank accepts you), this is non-negotiable for new business’s and is in place to ensure only those who are serious apply.
We may look at reducing the setup fee for skill-based competition companies that are already processing over £50,000 per month on credit/debit card.
How to get started with Axcess Merchant Services and start accepting payments for CBD
If you think Axcess can help in setting up Visa and Mastercard payment processing for your Skill based competition, then please get in contact via our contact us page. After our initial fact-finding conversation with one of our Competition experts, Axcess will need the typical KYC and KYB documents in order to get you up and running. Your UK based account manager will be able to run you through the process step by step
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