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Nayax and American Express Partner to Enable Payments in UK

Nayax has announced ‘an integration partnership’ with American Express across EEA & UK markets. Nayax UK will be the first to implement this change across all VPOS Touch and Onyx cashless payment devices installed across unattended industries, including vending, and OCS. This will enable retailers to accept American Express® Cards for all purchases and services.

With Nayax’s recent firmware release, all VPOS Touch and Onyx devices in this market will be able to accept American Express transactions. To support its retailers, the partnership will provide marketing material to raise awareness of the new payment options among customers.

Nayax‘American Express is excited to partner with Nayax, enabling more locations across the UK to welcome our loyal and high spending Cardmembers. Through such partnerships, we’re adding thousands of new locations every year, meaning our Cardmembers have an even greater choice of where they can use their card,’ said Keith McDonald, Vice President, Aggregation & Small Merchant Partnerships, American Express UK.

Lewis Zimbler, Managing Director, Nayax UK said ‘We are thrilled to be working with American Express, enabling American Express Card transactions for our customers. This move aligns with our mission to provide our customers with opportunities for ongoing business growth and opening the potential for increased revenue opportunities for our customers. Our advantage of in-house R&D and payment teams consistently propels Nayax to the top and strengthens Nayax’s position in the market.’

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