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By Scott Thompson

WHSmith has extended its contract with PayPoint.net. The three-year renewal will see PayPoint.net continuing to process all online transactions at WHSmith.co.uk. The company was first appointed to process its payments in 2007 when the retailer’s e-commerce site re-launched.

Mark Stephenson, operations manager at WHSmith, comments: “Brand reputation is a key factor for us, which is why we needed a reliable payment solution to help us expand our offering from an established High Street business to a fully functioning e-commerce store. Not only has PayPoint.net’s payment platform delivered on its promise, we’ve been highly impressed with their dedicated support and ongoing consultation. It was an easy decision to extend our contract.”



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