Accept payments from all over the world

Optimize your conversion rates with a single integration, then access a wide range of local and international payment methods so your customers can make purchases in their preferred currency and payment method.

American Express, has been one of the leading credit card companies in the world for 160 years. AMEX cardholders can safely pay for their online purchases across the globe – and enjoy a range of benefits from partner brands.

With 86 million users in 2017, Apple Pay is already a success with iOS users, who don’t have to create an account or fill out lengthy forms for each purchase. They enjoy an easy checkout based on Touch ID and Face ID within iOS apps and websites on Safari. As paying can be done in just a tap, it’s quicker and safer than ever before.

MasterCard is one of the largest payment card networks in the world, accepted in 35.9 million locations in 210 countries. Consumers can use MasterCards to pay for their online purchases, taking advantage of the SecureCode solution to authenticate the card owner.

Created by MasterCard, Maestro is a debit card widely used in Europe that is linked to the cardholder’s current account. Many banks also offers the added security of 3D Secure to protect online shoppers.

Founded in 1998, PayPal is the most widespread e-wallet used worldwide. With a free account, users can make online purchases in just a few clicks without disclosing any banking information to merchants. PayPal is used by 7 million retailers in 202 countries.

Paysafecard is the global leader in online prepaid payment cards. After purchasing a card at a participating point of sale, an online shopper can pay for their online purchases with a unique 16 digit code – with no need to share bank details.

Visa is the global card network accepted in more than 200 countries and recognized for its security and reliability.

The bank card (CB) has established itself as the preferred payment method in France, combining 130 credit and payment institutions for over 30 years. CB card holders can pay for their purchases in the same way they pay with international credit or debit cards.

Bancontact is the leading payment solution in Belgium: 80% of Belgian e-shops offer this payment method which allows users to pay online using their debit card information. A user must insert a code created by the bank before confirming the payment. It is also available as an app.

Belfius Direct Net is a payment solution based on real-time bank transfers. As one of the leaders in Belgium, it allows consumers to pay for online purchases directly via the secure interface of their bank.

Giropay is one of the most used payment methods in Germany. Customers can pay for their online purchases via real-time bank transfer from the familiar interface of their online bank. The only requirement is having a bank account with an affiliated Giropay bank.

iDEAL is the leading online payment solution in the Netherlands. In a few clicks, e-shoppers benefit from secure payment based on a real-time bank transfer from their bank’s interface, with an instant payment confirmation.

ING Home’Pay is a Belgian payment method based on electronic bank transfer. Conceived by ING Bank, it allows consumers to pay for their online purchases directly from their secure banking interface.

Founded in 2005, Klarna quickly became the leading solution in after-delivery payments. Online shoppers have 14 days to pay for their goods once they are delivered, by card or by online bank transfer.

Multibanco is the main interbank network in Portugal. It offers its customers numerous services such as credit card payments, bank transfers, payment for public services, payment operations at its cashpoints, and payment for online purchases using a Multibanco reference number.

FacilyPay by Oney allows online shoppers to make payments for their purchases in three or four instalments using their current account card, with no additional paperwork.

PostFinance is a subsidiary of Swiss Post Ltd, used by almost 1.7 million people in Switzerland. It offers card payment or bank transfer, available to all card and account holders directly from its interface.

Przelewy24 is the leading bank transfer solution in Poland. Connected to 148 Polish banks, e-shoppers can pay for their online purchases directly via the secure interface of their bank.

SDD (SEPA Direct Debit) is a payment system that allows a merchant to receive Euro payments from bank accounts in the 34 SEPA countries. This solution can be used for single payments, but is particularly useful for recurring payments.

HiPay created a solution to facilitate payment reconciliation following a SEPA bank transfer. Using an API, HiPay generates unique virtual IBANs that can be linked to each customer, so the retailer can match the reference number automatically. The merchant can then easily track and manage the transaction in the back office.

SisalPay is a cash payment solution in Italy. With SisalPay, merchants are guaranteed to be paid as they receive the money before shipping the product. SisalPay is easy to use: online shoppers get a purchase reference number and go to a Sisal point of sale to pay for their transaction in cash. The retailer receives the funds before shipping the order.

SOFORT is the leading bank transfer solution in Germany. It has been certified by the largest German quality and security institute, the TÜV. Merchants receive payment confirmation and funds immediately, in real time, and can then send the order.

Visa QIWI Wallet is an online payment solution available in Russia and in 19 other countries.
Aside from conventional e-wallet features, Visa QIWI Wallet allows users to make online purchases in cash through its extended network of payment terminals in stores.

WebMoney is a Russian e-wallet which allows users to open several sub-accounts in a dozen European countries that can be associated with different currencies, in order to make international payments easier.

Yandex Money, part of Russian search engine, is the most used electronic wallet
in Russia. Users can pay for purchases or home utilities and transfer money to other users up to a value of 15,000 RUB per transaction.

Boleto Bancário is the most commonly used cash payment system in Brazil. Users make payments for online purchases at a physical location (in a bank, post office, supermarket…) using a voucher provided once they have completed their online order. Once the payment is made, the merchant is informed and can ship the items, with no risk of not being paid.

Oxxo is a Mexican supermarket chain which also offers a commonly used online payment system. By selecting Oxxo, users can pay for their online purchases in cash at one of their locations after providing a reference for their purchase.

UnionPay was founded in 2002 in China, and unites 175 banks and financial institutions in the country. UnionPay credit and debit cards are accepted in 141 countries for online payment.