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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paypoint Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 710.00 697.00 712.00 - 120 08:13:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 127.7 19.4 31.5 22.5 486

Paypoint Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/10/2020
10:28
Here s a question..The Romanian disposal includes Payzone SA ..But we are led to believe Payzone in UK is a separate entity to Paypoint.So who owns who ?..
washbear
21/10/2020
14:16
Sale of Romanian assets gives £47 million and last time I saw Company "cash and assets" it was £96 million. So appears Paypoint are not short of cash. ' Do they need a "War-chest" for Mergers & Acquisitions ??? Rumour mill must be starting about a target company of nearly equal size where that would make a tasty part payment.
togglebrush
21/10/2020
14:03
WTF, So why are they selling the Romanian business at less than its asset value and at a PE of 7 when it is quite profitable with a 10% margin ? Do we have an idiot in charge, or am I missing something ?
joepublic1
11/10/2020
22:29
Page 21 of the 2020 annual report they report net retail partner 5.8% churn rates. Seems a sticky product and service. Multipay could be a growth area for them providing payment solutions to companies who want payment solutions for their in house apps and online payments.
siriusfund
10/10/2020
16:01
just crunched a few simple numbers - return on capital of 146% and cash (Free cash flow) return on capital of 118% - and these numbers are relatively stable. these are numbers of an outstanding business, and virtually all the profit is cash that goes straight to shareholders in ordinary and special dividends. does anyone know why they haven't looked to expand abroad (other than the small business in romania)? one concern i have is that their customers (retailers) give them very low ratings - they think they're being ripped off and not being given good service by paypoint. i'm always very wary of businesses that overcharge customers (gillette being a good example) - as soon as a viable alternative pops up, they wont stick around for old times sake. they charge about £26 a week, so over a 3 year period that's about £4k, but they do offer lots of good services like stock management, which makes me think their customer base is very sticky.
m_kerr
06/10/2020
09:42
Yes I am at a loss to understand this share price reaction. People talking about a fine being up to 10% of total turnover seem to be over reacting. The British Gas contract turnover was £3.5M pa. Not sure of the total energy market turnover, but if it were 10 times that it would be £35M pa. 10% of that would be a fine of £3.5M. Not enought to knock 20% off the value of the business. Competition with Payzone has always been there and is not new. Retailers moving to Payzone will find themselves competing with Post Offices though - not something I would have thought was good for their footfall and business. There might also be competition questions regarding post offices if they exclusively operate Payzone and not Paypoint.
joepublic1
01/10/2020
16:12
Payzone has similar contract deals with retailers so dont know what the fuss is all about.
silvercrescent1
01/10/2020
13:08
Anyone know who are the competition in this line of business?
simba_
01/10/2020
12:36
Fundamentally I think we're on a sound footing. I just think the uncertainty will be leveraged to take this to where the chartist need it to go.
notknowing
01/10/2020
12:33
IMO British Gas will have done its own due diligence before signing the exclusivity contract - this should be thrown out. On current valuation can't see much downside even with a small fine.
janhar
01/10/2020
12:12
That's the auto correction complete. I think we have one more leg to go, maybe around 450p. A good buying opportunity awaits at those levels.
notknowing
01/10/2020
10:40
Looking at the share price movement over 1 week, 4 weeks, 3 months, year and five years the stock has consistently lost value. Could someone tell me why the share is considered to be undervalued when the figures show a different picture?
big_cat
30/9/2020
23:53
@Togglebrush best insight and comments I've seen on this so far. Looks like the fine will be manageable if imposed but it sounds like they have a fair argument for it being dramatically reduced if the service was for bespoke conduit payment processes. This stock is still undervalued even with a covid hit plus a fine.
fairtrader66
30/9/2020
21:21
Recent purchase myself too ttrader so I'm feeling your pain. wllm :(
wllmherk
30/9/2020
20:41
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postme
30/9/2020
14:33
Just my luck, only bought these last week 😂
t-trader
30/9/2020
14:20
I'm sure ST will have something to report soon.
farnesbarnes
30/9/2020
10:38
If it's an EU regulation will it still apply in January?
janhar
30/9/2020
10:17
Not sure this is relevant but an RNS re a dispute with British Gas ??? ' 28 June 2019 confirm today that after extensive negotiations with British Gas, it has been unable to agree appropriate renewal terms for its multi-year contract and will cease working with British Gas and its customers after 31 December 2019. ' The impact on net revenue and contribution in the financial year to 31 March 2020 is expected to be around GBP1.4 million and in the financial year to 31 March 2021 is forecast to be approximately GBP3.5 million.
togglebrush
30/9/2020
09:43
Thanks for the tidbits so far, Togglebrush. In layman's terms, is this a case of PayPoint fostering a monopoly situation by only allowing certain utilities companies to use their services (presumably in exchange for commission)?
nickzs
30/9/2020
09:32
Janhar: I don't think this has anything to do with Brexit ' I understand it was a replacement for the "put a coin in the meter" in your home and gat an amount of gas in your home. It was a modern system of going a "paypoint" and pre-pay, say in a shop, before you get an amount of gas in your home. Both were for those customers with poor credit histories. ' It would have been a new expensive system to setup and the legal conditions for the suppliers using it were restrictive.
togglebrush
30/9/2020
09:21
Could this be Brexit related?
janhar
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