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PayPoint Prestashop module, now with Paycash bundle option

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Paypoint payment module for Prestashop checkout, accept credit / bank cards and now even cash with the Paycash bundle. Offering a same day download and effortless upload via your Prestashop module admin section.

Customers report having this module setup and running within minutes, no technical knowledge required.

from just £49

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“Adds a Paypoint option at checkout via easy module installation - now with Paycash option.”

Who are Paypoint?

PayPoint are a leading specialist in the payments collection network used, primarily, for the cash payment of bills and services and prepayments for mobile telephones and energy meters. PayPoint commenced trading in 1996 and initially collected payments through its network of Retail Agents for its founder Client investors, who included British Gas, BT, BBC TV Licensing, London Electricity (now part of EdF) and four water companies.

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Since then, PayPoint has successfully added to its founder Client base, grown its Retail Agency network, developed new services and now has many new Clients. It handles over £10 billion from over 590 million transactions annually for more than 6,000 clients and merchants.

Over 95 per cent of all UK households are within one mile in urban areas or five miles in rural areas of the nearest PayPoint outlet. To find your nearest outlet simply visit www.paypoint.com/locator

What does this Prestashop module do?

This module allows you to communicate with the Paypoint website via a super easy module installation. Your customers will be able to use Pay point as a method of checking out with your Prestashop shopping cart.

With the Pay Cash bundle you will also be able to offer customers to pay directly from any Paypoint station with cash!

What is Paycash?

If you choose the Paycash bundle you will also receive the Paycash module, which allows your customers to pay with cash. This works by generating a unique voucher code to present at a Paypoint station where they can pay in cash.

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A barcode on their voucher will allow Paypoint to notify your Merchant of a completed transaction the instant that they make payment!

What do you get from us?

You will receive the Prestashop module for easy upload and installation, allowing your customers to checkout with Paypoint. Additionally, if you select the Paypoint / Paycash bundle you will receive both modules for easy upload to your Prestashop cart and allowing your customers to checkout with the cash option (you will be automatically notified when they have paid at a Paycash station).


It really couldn’t be simpler; login to your Prestashop administration section, select Modules and click Add a new module > Browse to the zip file we send to you on your computer and Upload.
Once uploaded click Install from Payments & Gateways:

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Then click Configure and enter your Merchant ID, Digest Password (if required) and Remote Password.
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You can grab these details from your Paypoint admin section, you only need to add these details once and click Save.

The price for this fantastic module is just £49, you can also add the PayCash module as a bundle for an extra £30, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask below »

from just £49

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“Adds a Paypoint option at checkout via easy module installation - now with Paycash option.”

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  1. admin July 13, 2011

    Installation available at just £75 if required.

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  3. lindy April 23, 2012

    does this module work with metacharge or just secpay

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  5. Owen May 19, 2012


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  7. Ed August 12, 2013

    Does this work with Metacharge?

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