CreditCall starts processing card payments from Gatwick Airport as NCP upgrade paystations to Chip and PIN

NCP awards major card payment processing contract to the Bristol-based global payment processor.
Leading card payment solutions provider CreditCall is making parking payments easier, quicker and more secure at NCP Flightpath Car Park, Gatwick South Terminal.

NCP Flightpath, the official car parking partner of most UK airports, has just completed a major upgrade of its parking equipment at the South Terminal. NCP manages the bulk of parking at the UK's second busiest airport, where over 35 million passengers pass through every year.

The market leading operator needed a Chip and PIN solution to integrate seamlessly with its SKIDATA on-airport paystations, to replace magnetic stripe technology previously in use.

CreditCalls full Chip and PIN verification service - fast, flexible and ultra dependable was installed swiftly and in line with NCPs demanding schedule. The solution, incorporating the latest industrial-grade low-energy servers on-site, has now ensured compliance with the latest industry requirements for unattended terminals.

Handling millions of card transactions each month, CreditCalls comprehensive solution confidently safeguards all client funds passing through its network giving drivers total peace of mind.

PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) Level 1 certified, the firm takes every precautionary measure to ensure cardholder data is safe and that its service just keeps running.

With the new paystations going live in mid-August, visitors parking in the facility can now pay securely with a credit or debit card - making journeys to and from any destination a much smoother ride.

About CreditCall

CreditCall (CreditCall Corporation in the US) is a specialist payment services provider and transaction gateway with global recognition for innovation in credit card acceptance. The company provides ultra-high reliability card payment solutions. These are deployed for e-Commerce, Mail Order, Call Centres, and virtually any kind of unattended terminal, including parking and ticketing machines, and self-service kiosks.
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