Streamline your payments, enter new markets and start accepting credit card payments, alternative payments, and crypto payments in no time.
Start accepting credit card payments, alternative payments and crypto payments. We have an entire solution to help ensure you never miss a payment. Accept cards, eWallets and hundreds of alternative payment types across all of your channels.
Hosted Payment Page
We also offer a hosted payment page that’s perfect for businesses in need of a simple but custom payment acceptance page for a website to process credit card payments online.
Integrations + Plugins
If your business using one of the most famous cms, e-commerce or crm we already have the plugin to support your payments easily and simple with just a quick installation.
and another 200+ methods.
Customized pricing based on your business size and model.
1,9% + €0,30
We keep our pricing simple. No minimums, no monthly fees, and no hidden fees.
Tailored pricing based on volume and business model. Call or email for information on custom quotes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Whether you’re looking to set up a merchant account for the first time, or are exploring your options for finding a new processor, there’s a lot to consider. We’ve complied the answers to 10 of the most frequently asked questions about merchant processing services.
Put simply, a merchant account is the bank account that allows a business to accept credit cards or ACH (e-check) payments.
To obtain an EU/international merchant account for online business you can follow the below steps:
Step1: You can visit our website and click on “Contact Us” on the side menu on the right side.
Step2: Fill up all the details on the form and on “Choose Service” select the merchant services and submit the form.
Step3: Our relationship manager will get in touch with you for support.
For processing currencies, we support over 112+ currencies. The most famous are EUR, USD, CAD, AUD, and RUB.
For settlement currencies, we support AUD, CAD, CHF, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, JPY, NOK, NZD, PLN, SEK, USD, and ZAR.
For crypto processing, we support BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH, XRP, and USDT(ERC20).
For crypto settlements in fiat, we do support USD and EUR.
In short, the merchant account is simply the bank account that provisions credit card transactions, and the payment gateway is the technology to relay credit card information from your business to the bank in a safe and secure manner. Because of this encryption aspect, you do indeed need a payment gateway in order to safeguard credit card numbers and other sensitive information.
Since there will always be some degree of risk associated with handling and transmitting sensitive data, processing credit cards with a reputable payment processor is vital. Above and beyond securing your computers, terminals and networks, there are a number of additional security measures you can implement to boost your security. A reputable payment processor can discuss your options in detail.
Most types of merchant businesses can qualify for a merchant account. The application process may vary depending on your business type and the associated risk that has been assigned by the credit card networks.
The cost of accepting credit cards varies widely. When you sign the contract with your payment processor, make sure you pay attention to how and what fees will be assessed. You’ll likely be responsible for interchange fees assessed by the card networks, various processing fees, and other additional fees depending on the services offered. Make sure you understand the fees you’ll be assessed before you sign your contract.
The answer to this question depends on a variety of factors including your agreement with your merchant processing services provider, how often you send your authorized transactions for settlement, and the financial institution you use. Make sure you understand this timeline at the time of your contract signing so that you aren’t caught low on funds. And, today, there are faster paths to funding than ever before.
There is a lot of variation here. Chances are, if you’re a small business with only one website, this process will be a bit quicker. If you’re a larger business with lots websites, your ramp-up time may take longer. However you will need a technical team to complete the integration or you can use a ready make plugin which is already available.
Some processing contracts include an “early termination” clause, and some do not. In some cases, you may be assessed a fee if you end your agreement early, while other processors may waive such fees. If you think there’s a chance that you’ll need to end your credit card processing early, make sure you check the contract carefully before you lock into an agreement.
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