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
  -4.00p -0.43% 935.00p 931.00p 934.00p 939.00p 921.00p 924.00p 45,361 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 213.5 52.9 63.0 14.8 637.92

Paypoint Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/3/2014
09:43
Steady as she goes.....
deltar
26/2/2014
18:13
Still here--latest rise has been pleasant and though a recent fall I think it will rise again.
bscuit
10/12/2013
07:43
Quiet here as ever......
deltar
08/11/2013
23:22
Nothing goes up forever. I think this is now ex-growth. Graph is poor.. I have been in this for three years,Definitely one of my best.
bscuit
04/10/2013
17:19
hold steady - this one is solid gold imho.
deltar
04/10/2013
10:58
HI Guys, am I miss reading this we keep have a major interest in shares yet the price is going down does anyone understand what's going on ??
1ginger
16/9/2013
21:27
I know. I've been thinking the same mate. Haha. Quiet boards are normally a good thing :-)
bingowing
16/9/2013
20:49
Bingo...amazing that there is so little interest here!
deltar
16/9/2013
12:29
Delta, i've been in for a while. i agree, what looks to be an amazing share. I think this is just an accumulation phase at the moment.
bingowing
14/9/2013
22:03
Great share but no interest from posters.......
deltar
12/9/2013
16:31
Still flying one way !
halogen
14/8/2013
14:05
Brave man -- look what happened to ASOS.
deltar
14/8/2013
12:38
Decided to sell into the lovely rise here.For no other reason than i'm greedy and I like a profit. They have a lovely cash and could well go higher.
shauney2
26/7/2013
08:10
Bucharest, 16 July 2013 – RCS & RDS clients are now able to pay their bills, quickly and safely, at more than 7,300 PayPoint terminals located in local stores all around the country, following an agreement between PayPoint Romania, the main retail-based cash and mobile payment operator in Romania, and the RCS & RDS telecommunications operator. The agreement consolidates PayPoint Romania's status as a leading provider of bill payment services to all the major operators in the country and strengthens its position in the telecoms and communications market sector. Mugur Dogariu, Managing Director of PayPoint Romania, stated: "We are very pleased to have added this important new partner to our portfolio, the RCS & RDS Company, which has been eagerly anticipated by our customers. We are also proud that we have reached the point where bills issued by all the major providers in Romania can be paid at PayPoint. We have no doubt that PayPoint Romania's expertise in bill payments, the quality of our retail network and the benefits of our system will quickly persuade more and more RCS & RDS customers to pay their bills at PayPoint." Serghei Bulgac, Financial Vice-president, RCS & RDS, said: "RCS & RDS' national presence in more than 200 cities in Romania is strongly supported by the payment solution offered by PayPoint Romania. Its excellent coverage at a national level gives our customers access to a network of more than 7,300 shops with PayPoint facilities where they can pay their RCS & RDS bills quickly and in a secure environment. We are pleased to be working with PayPoint and believe that we have begun a long-term partnership which will benefit our customers." Payment through PayPoint is safe, simple and easy: the RCS & RDS customer simply takes the bill to the nearest store with a PayPoint terminal. The shop assistant scans the barcode on the bill, the customer hands over the value of the bill in cash and receives a receipt with details of the transaction on it (date, amount, location, service provider's name, etc.).
deltar
25/7/2013
11:20
Roger Lawson attended PayPoint's AGM yesterday. A comprehensive report on the AGM has been posted to ShareSoc's member network, here: hxxp://sharesoc.ning.com/xn/detail/6389471:Comment:23244 To access the report, you'll need to be a member of ShareSoc, which is a not-for-profit organisation that supports individual shareholders and campaigns for shareholder rights. If you're not already a member you can join as an associate FOC here: hxxp://www.sharesoc.org/membership.html Once you've joined, you'll receive an invitation to register for our "members network" private social network, from where you'll be able to access the report (and reports on over 100 other AGMs). If you're already a member and have any difficulty accessing the report, please do not hesitate to contact us here: hxxp://www.sharesoc.org/contact.html Regards, Mark
marben100
25/7/2013
09:21
An inline IMS yesterday. JP morgan reaffirms its target price of 1407.
shauney2
18/7/2013
05:28
Been waiting for an opportunity to add but its gone through 1100 quite soon after breaking the 1000 barrier. Shades of ASOS?
deltar
14/7/2013
11:09
Paypoint plc : PayPoint.net achieves PCI Level 1 status for ninth consecutive year 07/02/2013 | 04:59am US/EasternRecommend: 0 London 2 July 2013: PayPoint.net, the UK's biggest independent payment service provider, today announce that PCI specialist and Qualified Security Assessor, Nettitude, has confirmed PayPoint's PCI Level One compliance status to the PCI Standards Council after the required on-site audits and security testing were finalised last month. Compliance ensures that PayPoint.net's online payment platform continues to remain secured to global standards. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is a comprehensive set of global standards that applies to all businesses that process, store and transmit sensitive cardholder information. The mandated standards were developed to ensure a secure environment is maintained by businesses in the management of card data storage. Dan Salmons, Managing Director, E&M Commerce, PayPoint, commented: "PCI Compliance is not for the faint-hearted these days. With the standards being updated regularly in accordance with new security measures, it is a complex, challenging and resource intensive task, even for the most experienced organisations. So it's not surprising that many of our clients have reduced their PCI scope by outsourcing card security management to PayPoint.net.
deltar
14/7/2013
11:01
PayPoint launches cash voucher scheme for local government Welwyn Garden City, 11 July 2013: PayPoint, the UK's leading retail payments and services network, has launched a new voucher scheme – 'Quick Credit Vouchers' – to help local authorities manage cash payments to residents in need of emergency funds. Through a specially designed web portal, council staff can create and manage the vouchers, which are sent to those in need of crisis payments for redemption at a local PayPoint outlet. PayPoint's innovative solution is breaking new ground in the public sector and will streamline local council payment services, putting control in the hands of the authorities that are better placed to assess individual cases. The technology offers new levels of efficiency and visibility that was previously unattainable. Since the beginning of April, authorised council employees have been tasked with assessing each request on its own merit before deciding whether a payment is applicable. If the request is valid, the details are entered into the portal, which then issues a voucher which can be printed and posted to the claimant, emailed or sent via SMS to a mobile phone. The recipients then redeem their voucher at any one of the 25,000 neighbourhood shops in the UK with PayPoint terminals and receive their funds instantly. Vouchers can also be issued for energy credits which are redeemable only against a gas or electricity top-up.
deltar
28/6/2013
07:13
They are astute at finding solutions that meet the demands of the day to day grind. As long as they keep doing that the business will continue to grow. Social security cheque payments one good example. Look at the website and try to find any business function that is not have great potential.
deltar
26/6/2013
13:16
What's been increasing their revenue? in terms of segments and functional areas?
tradermania
22/6/2013
07:26
Steadily climbing....
deltar
21/6/2013
23:36
What correction?!
bscuit
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