A Direct Debit is an automated payment method. As a safe and reliable form of collection, businesses from Start-ups through to SMEs and Large enterprises rely upon Direct Debit to secure their cash flow.

But don’t just take our word for it. We’ve let the numbers speak for themselves in our handy “Why your business needs Direct Debit” infographic below.

Why your business needs Direct Debit

Making the Direct Debit Switch

For more information on making the switch to Direct Debit for your business collections, get in touch with FastPay today. We offer Facilities Management and Commercial Bureau Direct Debit Services to businesses across the UK.

Call 0161 737 5290 to speak with a friendly member of our team.

Alternatively, you can request a call back by submitting your contact details online.

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