Vancouver, Canada, September 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- PacNet Services, an international payment processing company that offers inbound and outbound payment services to companies worldwide, is set to attend the British Cheque Cashers Association AGM and Conference, taking place Wednesday 24 September 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Birmingham. The full day conference, titled ‘Onwards and Upwards’, will feature a range of speakers who will provide insight into interesting and challenging themes, with particular focus on the regulatory environment.
PacNet’s Brian Weekes will be on the exhibition floor, ready to meet with online lenders regarding both international and domestic payment solutions. “PacNet provides both inbound and outbound processing services to the short term and instalment loan industry. With PacNet, companies can provide loan advances through UK Faster Payments and other locally relevant payment facilities, and accept repayment by direct debit. We also provide help with explanation and negotiation of a complicated regulatory environment,” states Weekes, VP of Business Development, Europe, for PacNet Services.
The BCCA is a leading trade association for financial services firms who engage in the provision of alternative finance solutions such as payday, instalment and guarantor loans and credit brokerage. The BCCA also represents third party cheque cashers. Their years of industry experience are extended to their 90 plus membership as a trusted source of information for consumer credit firms and third party cheque cashers, offering regulatory advice and guidance, industry representation and conciliation services.
About PacNet Services:
PacNet offers a diverse range of both traditional and electronic payment services for short term lenders, direct response marketers, direct mailers, e-commerce, publishers and more. Some of the payment facilities offered by PacNet include cheque processing, direct debit, EFT, ACH and bank transfer collection from the UK and around the world. PacNet also initiates outgoing payments by check and EFT for refunds, rebates, commissions and royalties in both major and developing markets around the globe.