Card Payments

Give your card payments a spin and receive a £120 sign up bonus* with our payment partner, Tyl by NatWest

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To help make life easier and simpler, ActSmart has partnered with Tyl by NatWest so you can beneift from their fantastic services for all-things ‘card’. Plus, you’ll receive a £120 sign up bonus* by way of a Tyl statement credit when you sign up to Tyl as your payment partner.


Whether you’re taking card payments face-to-face, over the phone or online – or you’re new to card payments – Tyl could make it easier for your customers to pay you in a fast, secure way. Tyl combines easy and transparent payments with great technology to help you better serve your customers and community. You can enjoy next-business-day settlement, a range of card machines and virtual payment options, plus simple and fair pricing.



Key benefits

  • £120 sign up bonus*
  • No card machine hire fees for the first 3 months
  • Saving you money on transaction fees - reduced card transaction fees for businesses with less than £50k turnover from 1.65% to 1.5%
  • 8 out of 10** businesses saved money on fees when switching to Tyl by NatWest
  • Keep cashflow flowing with next business-day payments
  • Zero payment gateway fees until December 31st 2023 (usually £14.95 per month)
  • Integrate your accounts - Xero, QuickBooks Online or Sage Business Cloud are ready to connect to Tyl today
  • Pass on savings to your customers through Tyl Rewards, helping them through the tough times with a discount or offer

Merchant offer is exclusively available to Silver and Gold ActSmart subscribers.
If you're not already an ActSmart Silver or Gold subscriber click here to join.




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Tyl by NatWest terms, conditions, fees and eligibility criteria apply.  

*For full terms & conditions click here.

Merchant offer is exclusively available to Silver and Gold ActSmart subscribers.

**Savings figure based on customers looking to switch from various providers to Tyl between Jan and March 2023. Your existing provider may charge an exit fee. Average savings not inclusive of introductory offers or any exit fees you may have been charged.