The Valor V110 is a state-of-the-art terminal built to make cash discounting compliant and is now available and ready to be deployed at Data One.
The V110 shows the cash price and the credit card price, giving the customer the option to choose. The V110 comes with a terminal, charging dock, and simcard.
Cash Discounting / Surcharge On Tip
Merchants have the ability to add a Cash Discount/Non-Cash Charge fee or Surcharge percent to tip in a “Pay At The Table” environment.
In a normal Cash Discount/Surcharge Pay At The Table environment, the merchant always pays the 4% Non-Cash Charge on all tipping.
Valor PayTech eliminates that charge to the merchant.
On-screen tip suggestions allow you to offer your customers 4 different tipping options, set and customized by you, through the Valor Merchant Portal.
Smart tipping is also available on paper receipts.
With Valor PayTech your customers can split a bill up to 5 ways. Ideal for restaurant environments & any environment where bill splitting is essential.
The VL110 allows the server to enter the total amount of customers splitting the bill and give the customers the terminal to process their individual transactions.
With the VL100, the server enters the total amount of customers splitting the bill and runs the individual card transactions on their own.
The terminals automatically split the transaction total evenly amongst the total amount of customers
Paperless Signature / Receipt Option
After completing a transaction, your customers have the option to receive their receipt as an SMS text receipt, email receipt, or paper receipt. This creates a large reduction in paper costs for you as a merchant.
A digital copy of all sales receipts with your customer’s signature is stored in your Valor Merchant portal.
This is an amazing feature for fighting chargebacks.
Full Transaction Information Display
Terminals currently available on the market do not have enough space on their display screens to show the entire transaction information, such as the total sale, tip, Non-Cash Charge, and tax lines.
Some companies are using the tax line to display the Non-Cash Charge leaving the customer clueless about what the tax fees are on their transactions.
Valor can show all the transactional information for customers to see and add additional customized information.