Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paypoint LSE:PAY London Ordinary Share GB00B02QND93 ORD 1/3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -14.50p -1.66% 860.00p 859.00p 863.50p 875.50p 854.50p 860.50p 42,301 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 211.9 69.1 87.5 9.8 585.96

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/7/2017
12:39
HUge numbers of Paypoint retailers cancelling their contracts due to new terms and conditions as reported on Social Media - DYOR
jusmasel99
24/5/2017
11:25
Looking at PayPoint, you can’t help, but feel a little suspicious about their recent activities. One of them are the disposals of their online and mobile services. At the same time, they released their Epos platform for the first time in 12 years. These disposals would help to mitigate the costs of manufacturing, as retail agents don’t have to pay upfront, but in milestones. Profits are expected to return to normal when they report their results tomorrow with analysts expecting earnings to come in at 63 pence per share. That gives it a forward-P/E ratio of 15 times. Ultimately, the increase in profit margins are due to paying less commission to retail agents. Will that affect margins going forward? Or, does the agents have the power to voice their concerns? For the full PayPoint analysis, http://bit.ly/2rPljrb
walbrock82
23/5/2017
14:09
Some may think Paypoint is heading to the dustbin. (that was my first impression) But the company has some clear competitive advantages working for them. One is they make more profit per staff than it costs them to hire. http://imgur.com/DVTMerQ target='_blank' /> http://imgur.com/DVTMerQ..] With these numbers, they should up the commission for retail agents.
walbrock82
23/5/2017
10:46
For those invested in these financial payment stocks. Take a look at BLU Blue Star Capital. They are only valued at £2mill but own a 20% stake in Satoshipay, which is set to revolutionise the way we pay and the way merchants can handle online payments. In a nutshell, Online content viewing is set to move to a point where we will pay fractions of a penny to read, view, listen, watch any online content with websites.Satoshipay are at the forefront of this. As a example, rather than spending £1 for a newspaper full of rubbish, you could instead visit the newspaper website and view and pay for, only the articles you're Interested in. For that you could be paying say 1p for the article... Cheaper than a whole newspaper. The same can apply to any website where you read txt, or listen to music, or watch videos, or even for document downloads. You will pay only for what you actually want. Traditionally, merchants cannot efficiently process these tiny transactions by card payments or other methods.. The idea here is you load up your satoshipay wallet by either card or PayPal. When you visit websites which are wanting to monetise their content, you will see your satoshi wallet widget on their website which will enable you to make efficient micropayments Instantly to view their articles. It's worth looking Into. Satoshi has the potential to be worth a few hundred million. And BLU blue star will own 1/5th of it. .
apfindley
22/5/2017
18:39
Yes - a disaster awaits. Seems investors rely on Paypoint to tell them what is happening. Investors may be better off talking to the retailers who are chucking Paypoint out of their stores. I think what Paypoint have done with regard their business strategy is very similar to Ratners. Good short in my opinion. DYOR.
jusmasel99
15/5/2017
15:32
Decent Volume Results 25th. Any Views?
wilsonst1
15/12/2016
09:56
what's your take now , arja? ... anyone ?
mr.oz
17/10/2016
13:46
thinly traded stock but interesting chart
arja
14/10/2016
17:18
Odd end of day spike.... all time high...something brewing?
bscuit
14/10/2016
11:54
breaking out here
gucci
02/9/2016
16:15
Falling on deaf ears . share price marches on
mr.oz
05/8/2016
19:21
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but if any of you hold shares in this company I would jump ship quickly. They have adopted the most idiotic business concept I have ever seen. Forcing current retailers to actually pay more for their Paypoint machine when in fact the paypoint terminal is actually losing the retailer money. Don't take my word for it - check out https://www.facebook.com/groups/paypointpayfair/permalink/1099667126785561/ One of the biggest problems is the snowball effect - when retailers give up paypoint when they realise how much they are losing - then their customers end up at the next paypoint retailer along the road and their situation gets even worse and so on and so on. My guess is when the snowball really starts rolling paypoint will be left with very few outlets. Coukd happen sooner than you think
jusmasel99
28/7/2016
11:20
Quiet is good. Market obviously likes the results.
blippy2
28/7/2016
08:46
quiet here statement looks steady - prospects continue to look OK IMV
mr.oz
13/7/2016
16:14
SP development not reflecting any concerns in income streams , and last set of results also looked steady, imv What do other people think now , pls?
mr.oz
07/6/2016
14:32
I think, paypoint has a service, it does, but maybe its starting to become a service a bit like the Telephone box. Who pays bills via paypoint. What else do they accept via the terminals. One can assume its not just bills? Money transfers? They must do other things to counter any decline in some areas. Some use say FirstUtility. they ask the customer enter the readings online. They then DD the payment when due.
isaready
19/2/2016
12:30
Smart meters rolling out extensively allowing customers to top up online cutting Paypoint out of the equation. I'd imagine that other services would go the same way. Save the utility companies millions if they can cut out the middleman.
shazx
19/2/2016
12:21
Thanks for the inside info shazx. So are the Banks squeezing Paypoint, thus Paypoint squeeze the agents? Has it had its day and people moving on to other payment outlets?
lefrene
19/2/2016
12:13
hxxp://m.conveniencestore.co.uk/517739.article?mobilesite=enabled
shazx
19/2/2016
11:28
Paypoint say transactions down due to mild winter. British Gas report consumption up 5%. Something stinks here.
shazx
09/2/2016
09:03
thanks for the anecdotes , is there anything documented where we can verify this ?( aside from directly with agents)
mr.oz
09/2/2016
07:23
Paypoint agents have had their commission slashed to the point that the banking charges on Paypoint cash now outstrips commission earned. Those who are coming to the end of their contract are not renewing. After tying agents into new contracts then slashing commission further, they have angered thousands of agents. When these agents contracts are up, there will be nowhere for the public to pay their bills. Can not see how this company will survive long term on this business model.
shazx
02/2/2016
11:15
Well you got your 800p. Is this looking good value now? I suppose the warm weather is a one-off issue and the decline in mobile top-ups has been well documented. Collect+ is looking like it is becoming a bit of an issue though, I had high hopes for that too. Aside from geographic expansion, it is hard to see where any growth is going to come from but we have bit of a stonking yield here now and the shares are starting to look cheap on a PE basis. I'm not betting against that chart just yet but these are looking interesting imv.
nehpets81
19/1/2016
16:13
800p entry point?
mr.oz
26/11/2015
19:13
What's your point Bob?
mr.oz
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