Island Taxi to accept credit card payment
First Atlantic Commerce, a global online payments technology company, announced today that it is working with Bermuda Island Taxi, a full service taxi dispatch and transportation company, to process its Ride Bermuda app credit card payments.
By integrating Bermuda Island Taxi’s “Ride Bermuda” app to FAC’s payment platform, Island Taxi can provide its customer with online credit card processing facilities.
Bermuda Island Taxi has a versatile fleet of clean, air-conditioned vehicles and caters to the local, tourist and international business sectors. Formerly known as Bermuda Radio Cabs, the company has been in operation for more than 40 years and has access to upwards of 400 taxis with at least 350 in-house.
Ride Bermuda customers can now download the app on to their smartphones or tablets from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Once installed, customers are required to enter their credit card details one time, and all subsequent taxi and transport fares will be billed to that account.
Desktop users can also make reservations on the Ride Bermuda website at www.ridebermuda.com.
Neli Lima-Outerbridge, the oOwner of Bermuda Island Taxi Services, said: “We are excited to be working with First Atlantic Commerce in order to process our Ride Bermuda credit card payments. The system is live and working and we are thankful for FAC’s expertise and excellent customer support.”
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