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Where can I find customer operating instructions?
The Customer Operating Instructions guide will help you make the most of accepting cards with Worldpay and tells you what you need to know about accepting card payments securely. Please read the guide carefully, as it will help you to accept card payments efficiently and smoothly, receive payments to your bank account and how to protect your business from fraud. The contents of this guide form part of your contract with Worldpay. The Customer Operating Instructions are referred to as the Merchant Operating Instructions in our contractual arrangements.
How do I reset my password for Worldpay Dashboard (formerly My Business Dashboard)?
How do I reset my password for SaferPayments?
How do I reset my password for Business Manager?
When do I need to update my account details?
You will need to update Worldpay on the following business changes:
- Legal Entity Change
(i.e. you've changed from a sole trader to a partnership or Ltd Company)
- Change of Directors or Partners
Where should I send my completed forms?
All completed forms need to be sent to MRADU@worldpay.com or alternatively send by post to:
Account Details Unit,
Victory House 5th Avenue,
Legal Entity Change (i.e. you've changed from a sole trader to a partnership or Ltd Company) Change of Directors or Partners
How do I change my bank account details?
Changing your bank account details. Complete the form below to change your business bank account details. You’ll need to be the authorised signatory of the account, our new and existing bank account details, proof of your new bank account. Please refer to the guidance document for a list of documents we will accept.
142 COBD FORM (ROI)
142 COBD FORM
How do I change my business address?
When you start taking card payments through Worldpay, as part of the application process we are legally bound to identify all our customers and their beneficial owners. We also have an obligation to keep that information up to date. If we fail to do this or become aware this information is out of date, this could mean our customer’s funds could become inaccessible.
What does this mean for my business?
In simple terms this means we need to check that information we hold about your business is up to date. In some instances we may also need some new information from you - this could be because there wasn’t a requirement for us to get it at the time of your application, or that your information has changed since you began taking card payments. It needn’t take long, though. Depending on whether you operate as a sole trader, partnership, or limited company, it could be as simple as confirming your full name, date of birth, registered business name and address or providing some additional information.
What happens next?
It’s really important we verify your information as if we fail to do so there’s a possibility your business funds won’t get settled to your account. We obviously don’t want that to happen, so if we need to verify your details, our team will give you a call where they’ll quickly and clearly guide you through the verification process along with any supporting documentation. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.
What do I need to provide for Identification?
If we need you to send verified documentation you’ll need to provide:
- A Photo ID which verifies your name, address and date of birth – This is the simplest method as all you need to do is pick one document from List 1
- Pick one document from List 2 which verifies your name and one document from List 3 which verifies your address.
- If you are a non-EU national then you must send in a valid passport and current Visa.
List 1 (photo id)
Important : All of the below need to be certified photocopies not originals
- Valid UK photocard driving licence (full or provisional)
- National identity card
- Firearms certificate or shotgun licence
- Identity card issued by the Electoral Office for Northern Ireland
List 2 (name id)
Important : All of the below need to be certified photocopies not originals
- Valid passport
- Valid UK paper driving licence
- Notification of entitlement to a state or local authority-funded benefit, tax credit, pension, educational or other grant, dated within the past 12 months
- Any notification or correspondence received from HM Revenue and Customs, dated within the past 12 months
List 3 (address id)
Important : All of the below documents need to be originals not printed from the internet
- Most recent council tax demand letter or statement
- Most recent bank statement
- Most recent credit card statement
- Most recent utility bill
Business Cash advance
What is Worldpay Business Finance?
Funding for small businesses is often difficult, but with Worldpay Business Finance everything is refreshingly easy. There’s only one cost, agreed upfront, with no interest, penalties or charges. You simply pay back an agreed percentage of your future credit card or debit card taking, meaning you only have to pay back when your customers pay you.
How do I apply for a business cash advance with Worldpay Business Finance?
What is a chargeback?
A chargeback happens when a cardholder disputes a transaction with their card issuer. This can mean that a payment you’ve received in your Worldpay account could be reversed back to the cardholder – which can of course be frustrating. The cardholder may raise a chargeback for a number of reasons, for example goods not received, transaction not recognised or authorised.
How can I avoid chargebacks?
Be aware of how customers behave when they are shopping. If you notice anything out of the ordinary, or something that just doesn’t feel right, it could be a sign of potential fraud, so act on your instincts and don’t go ahead if you are suspicious. Here are some tips to look out for in different payment situations.
Your Worldpay invoice
I have questions about my invoice and charges
How to add card logos to your website
The Worldpay Hosted Payment Page displays the logos of the cards and payment methods that you accept.
The logos that appear on your payment page are automatically controlled by the details of your installation. This page will therefore only display the methods that you have determined as acceptable.
The presence of known and trusted card logos such as Visa and MasterCard on the hosted Payment Pages enhances shopper confidence at the point of purchase. To further increase the shopper confidence add the card scheme logos into the body of your web site, as detailed below.
Using the Automatic Logo Display Script (Recommended)
To display the hyperlinked card logos that your Worldpay account can accept, type the following code into the relevant pages on your Web site:
Replacing the X's with your Worldpay Installation ID.
Manually Adding the Card and Payment Method logos
To add the card logos to your store please download them directly from the official card company website (you may need to re-size the logos before adding them to your store):
Why are card logos not being displayed on my website?
If you are using the "Automatic Logo Display Script" and these are not displaying payment methods please ensure that in the script you are using the correct URL:
Note you will also need to have a valid installation ID.
The code that you would need to use is:
Replacing the X's with your WorldPay Installation ID.
For Reader, Hub and the Worldpay POS application help
I have questions about Shopper, where can I get help?
Worldpay Dashboard (formerly My Business Dashboard)
Where can I find support for My Business Dashboard?
Pay by Link
What is a request for payment by email (Pay by Link)?
A request for payment by email (Pay by Link) allows a business to create and send a payment link for a pre-determined amount to their customers. In order for a business to send this type of payment request, you will have previously provided them with your email address. By clicking on the “Pay Now” button or the link in the email, you will be directed to the Worldpay payment page where you can make the payment to the business.
I’ve received an email requesting a payment. Is it legitimate?
If you receive a request for payment by email (Pay by Link), you should only click the “Pay Now” button or the link if you are familiar with the business and/or are expecting a request for payment from the business. You will have given your email address to the business to receive a payment request. If you have not expected a payment request or are not familiar with the business, do not click the Pay Now button or the link and do not progress with the payment.
The details of the payment request are not as I expected (e.g. the amount). What do I do?
The Customer Operating Instructions guide will help you make the most of accepting cards with Worldpay and tells you what you need to know about accepting card payments securely. Please read the guide carefully, as it will help you to accept card payments efficiently and smoothly, receive payments to your bank account and how to protect your business from fraud. The contents of this guide form part of your contract with Worldpay. The Customer Operating Instructions are referred to as the Merchant Operating Instructions in our contractual arrangements. Download