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PayPoint chief executive Nick Wiles has vowed to reinvigorate his company’s relationship with the NFRN after a high level meeting with National President Stuart Reddish.

Afterwards, Mr Reddish described the meeting, which took place on April 7, as “positive and constructive.”

He added that PayPoint and the NFRN would work together on ways to help members Make and Save money and Make it easier to do business together.

Mr Reddish said:

“The meeting was called so the NFRN could share our members’ concerns. Mr Wiles listened carefully and stressed that he was keen to restore the relationship between PayPoint and  the NFRN.

 

“I will now be working on a plan that meets with the Federation’s ethos to help make and save members money and make it easier for them to do business with PayPoint.”

Besides Mr Wiles, representing PayPoint were interim corporate affairs and marketing director Steve O’Neill and head of retail proposition Anthony Sappor.

The meeting was a follow up to one called earlier in the year, after PayPoint announced that it was increasing its monthly service fee to its retailers by 1.4 per cent from this month.

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