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Announcing lopay – The Quickest, Simplest, Most Hassle-Free Peer-To-Peer Payment App Yet

Announcing lopay - The Quickest, Simplest, Most Hassle-Free Peer-To-Peer Payment App Yet

Built on an established platform that rapidly onboards customers at scale, OrderPay is changing the game with their latest launch – lopay.

Orderpay is already the industry leader in mobile ordering and payment across over 2000 sites in the hospitality sector. So they are uniquely placed to take advantage of the recent mass adoption of QR codes in the UK, Europe, and other Western countries as these areas catch up to Asia, following a QR renaissance during the pandemic.

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lopay empowers small and independent businesses to access the rates that large enterprise retailers and operators currently get.”

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lopay empowers small and independent businesses to access the rates that large enterprise retailers and operators currently get.

And it provides a low barrier to entry, no required secondary hardware [but a free payment terminal is offered if preferred], and a quick, 30-second set up to start accepting payments.

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Plus, lopay offers a payment rate less than half of SumUp and iZettle.

And it uniquely offers merchants the choice of immediate or next day payments, even during weekends. So now they won’t have to wait until Tuesday to receive their weekend takings.

Quite simply, there isn’t a fairer, more flexible, cost-effective way to take payments.

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