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    Contactless Donation Options

    I help out for a charitable organisations, and i am looking into fundraising options, has anyone had any experience in contactless donation devices / companies

    I have found a few firms that offer it but just looking for reccomendations
    Politicians are wonderfull people, as long as they stay away from things they don't understand, like working for a living!

    #2
    What’s the model exactly ?


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      #3
      So is this a chugger type situation but you want contactless payments rather than cash?

      Not meaning to belittle the fundraising efforts btw - more trying to figure out as GoT asked what the fundraising model is

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        #4
        Very expensive using card payments though.
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          #5
          Some payment gateway providers might waive off the transaction fee for charities. Worth giving them a call.

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            #6
            Contactless Donation Options

            Originally posted by BigDataPro View Post
            Some payment gateway providers might waive off the transaction fee for charities. Worth giving them a call.
            Payments / cards / wallets is my game, I can advise if op ever posts again


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              #7
              You can't get truly contactless payments thanks to EU regulation that requires pin for every 5th transaction or when accumulated transactions go over 100-150 EUR.

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                #8
                Originally posted by elsergiovolador View Post
                You can't get truly contactless payments thanks to EU regulation that requires pin for every 5th transaction or when accumulated transactions go over 100-150 EUR.
                Bloody governments....
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
                  Bloody governments....
                  These things happen when you have bogus institutions that only have one purpose to give employment to party supporters and their families. Sometimes in this bunch you get few woke activists who want to legitimise their being and they cook questionable food that causes legislative diarrhea and every one else has to smell it. Or in other words, that's the picture of the EU.

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                    #10
                    Big Issue partnered with iZettle recently, maybe they are reasonable for charities.

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