Refresh The Till Point Experience with Yoco Tap


We’re in a wonderful time of our lives, people! We’re in the era where carrying money around is a thing of the past. And if you’re a small business owner trying to make the jump from physical to electronic transactions, Yoco Tap can make your transactions more efficient and seamless for your customers with a simple “tap-and-go”.

Faster & More Efficient For Your Customers

Speed is the key benefit of Yoco Tap, especially for high traffic businesses like coffee shops and quick-service food vendors at your local friendly market. The enemy here is twofold: 1) less speed equals less sales and; 2) time in the queue is time to reconsider for customers.

Tap payments are definitely something to consider if you run a small business. They’re much faster than normal card payments, so you can accept more payments from more customers in less time. It’s also more secure, as the card never has to leave your customer’s hand. It’s safe, simple and really fast.

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How Does It Work?

Near Field Communication (NFC) allows your customers to make secure, contactless payments using NFC-enabled MasterCard or Visa cards. These types of cards will have a symbol (that you can see below) on them to show that they have this capability. Customers can also use Samsung or FNB Pay on their mobile phones to make payments.

Yoco Tap is as secure as regular chip card payments, as it uses encryption to protect your customer’s details. Plus, Yoco merchants are covered with zero liability protection, which means you’re not liable for any unauthorised transactions.

How Can You Get It?

If you already have a Yoco Pro card machine and have not yet been upgraded to TAP, you do not have to do anything.

For businesses new to Yoco, the signup process is easy, just go to yoco.co.za/za/signup to get started.

Find out more about Yoco Tap at yoco.co.za/za/yoco-tap.

For More Information

For more information about Yoco, visit www.yoco.co.za.

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