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Third Party Cards

What’s a third-party card?

The bank that provides your merchant facility can set up and manage Visa and Mastercard acceptance for you, but if you want to accept other cards like AMEX, Q card, Farmers Card or gift cards, you need to set up a facility directly with the card provider. This is why we call these cards ‘third-party’ cards.

Making changes to your merchant facility

If you change your payment network, you will need a new (Merchant ID) MID from your bank. To make sure you can continue accepting all your third-party cards on your new MID you need to advise any third-party cards you accept what your new MID is so they can update your merchant facility.

How to check which cards you accept

If your device/s are connected to the Paymark network, the fastest way to check which cards you accept is to call Paymark on 0800 PAYMARK (0800 729 627).

If your device/s are connected to the Verifone network, call 0800 EFTPOS (option 4). Our customer services team can advise which cards you accept.

Contact details for third-party card providers

Amex and JCB

gno.anz@aexp.com>

Ashburton Trading Society

lisa.cartwright@ruralco.co.nz

Card Link

merchants@cardlink.co.nz

eCard

info@ecardsolutions.co.nz

ePay

Provisioning@epaynz.co.nz

Farmlands

CardAdministrators@farmlands.co.nz

Fisher & Paykel, Flexi Card, Qcard and Farmers Card

Support@flexicards.co.nz

Tranxactor

support@tranxactor.com

WINZ cards

cpu_suppliers@msd.govt.nz

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