September 19th, 2012

Increase revenue share by alternative payment methods

eMerchantPay adds more alternative payment methods for higher customer reach. Extended offering enables e-commerce merchants to accept payments without further complex technical integration and the burden of chargebacks do not exist. 

Bank transfer service on offer is available with international reach. Customers in

  • Germany
  • Poland
  • Austria
  • Slovakia
  • Czech Republic
  • Estonia
  • Hungary
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Latvia
  • Romania
  • Slovenia
  • Lithuania
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina

get immediate, available and free access with payment guarantee for authorized transactions by a wide number of participating banks.

Post-paid Cash-In payment system is offered to the Spanish customers of e-commerce websites boarded with eMerchantPay. These online customers take advantage of a simple, fast and secure payment system that works with a huge network of acceptance points – more than 12,000 cash machines and 2,700 Post branches. Without previous registration any internet user can use the Post-paid system accessible in Spain.

International Direct debit, part of the eMerchantPay portfolio of solutions, is one of the most popular payment methods in Europe available in Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, The Netherlands, and United Kingdom. The International Direct debit has very high acceptance among end users and highest bank coverage which will exceed the market share of eMerchantPay merchants many times over.

E-wallet expands our offering for the Gambling and Forex industries in Russia. eMerchantPay partners with one of the largest alternative payment services in that location. For that option no chargebacks occur once payment is confirmed to the merchant and eMerchantPay processes and pays out in EUR.

Online banking system operating in the UK and reaching more than 22 million online banking customers with participating banks such as Barclays, HSBC, The Citibank, Royal Bank of Scotland and more is another addition to eMerchantPay’s online banking penetration. This payment method is not loaded byfurther regulatory requirements or contractual negotiations and all eMerchantPay merchants benefit from it directly based on their current relations with the payment provider.

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