If you have one of the following SPIRE (Hypercom) terminals, T4220, M4240 or M4230 please refer to the Spire Payments website for assistance at www.spirepayments.com/support
Card payments made easy to manage
HOWEVER YOU TRADE WE HAVE A CARD MACHINE TO SUIT.
Straightforward application process to let you be up and running before you know it.
We make it simple to get started with card payments or switch to a better service. Ensure your card transactions are smooth, swift and secure with a tailored service designed around your business.
Who we are
Our service is centred around relationships and backed by the support, network and resources of one of Europe’s largest banks.
Products and services
Get the technology and support you need to accept payments face-to-face, over the phone or through your website.
Applying for Cardnet
Getting started is easy. Once you’ve completed your application, your merchant account should be up and running in just 10-15 working days.
Business owners and managers tell their stories of getting started with card payments and making the switch to Lloyds Bank Cardnet.
If you’re a trade body or buying group, talk to us about bespoke card payment solutions for your members and benefits for your organisation.
It’s simple and straightforward.
Terms and Conditions apply. * min 12mth service contract
** £15 is for static desktop, £19.95 portable terminal £24.95 Mobile Terminal (min 18 mth terminal contract)
12 March 2015
The Card & Payment Awards 2015
Lloyds Bank Cardnet outshone five other finalists to win 'Best Achievement in Customer Service’ at the recent Card & Payments Awards. The Cardnet team was recognised for transforming the client experience.
5 Jun 2015
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