If you are wanting to know what EFTPOS stands for it is Electronic Funds Transfer Point Of Sale.
Actually it is Electronic Funds Transfer AT Point Of Sale
James plays with these machines along side cod!
Some of the dissadvantage of using EFTPOS are Its not practical for small items Both the buyer and the seller have to py charges for using EFTPOS
EFTPOS can accept credit cards, EPOS only cash
EFTPOS was introduced through petrol stations in a pilot program in 1985
New Zealand first started to use EFTPOS was in 1981
EFTPOS stands for Electronics Funds Transfer at Point of Sale. Its basically a retail till with the ability to accept credit and debit card transactions
An EFTPOS machine is used in the automobile industry. It is very helpful in the early stages of making cars, where it helps to solidify the structure of the vehicle.
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Nope, paypal, and paypal only.
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eftpos is like direct debit, youre using your own money that exists in your account where as credit is a payment put through pending you are borrowing it from the bank and it gets approved.
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The word EFTPOS is an acronym stands for 'Electronic Funds Transfer Point Of Sale'. An EFTPOS Machine allows a seller to directly debit a customer's bank account by using a debit card or credit card. A debit or credit card is the same as an ATM card. The card is swiped through a magnetic strip reading device on the EFTPOS Machine, and after a customer enters his or her PIN number the transaction is authorised and funds transfer from the customer's account to the seller's account with 24 to 48 hours or 2 business days. EFTPOS Machines can be integrated with other Point of Sales hardware to save users having to enter in the transaction amounts, which could result in user error, allowing for a more automated process. It should be noted that EFTPOS is generally an Australian term and is not widely used in the rest of the world.
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The magnetic strip holds the information of your card.
No, you must be legally an adult in order to qualify. But in New Zealand you can. I got mine when I was 8.