Accept all payment methods, wherever your customers are
Maximize revenue. Expand into new markets. With access to more than 140 different payment methods, your customers can pay however they want—anywhere in the world.
Local expertise. Global footprint
With offices in 38 countries and a virtual footprint in over 100, you get the expertise you need to offer the right payment types to fit each market. All with one partner.
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Credit and debit cards are still the most used form of payment, but digital wallets are growing quickly in popularity.
Digital wallets are the preferred way to pay across Europe, followed by credit and debit cards. In certain countries, bank transfers are a significant percentage of transactions.
Latin and South America
Consumers are very likely to rely on local credit cards, but cash voucher payments are very popular across the region.
Digital wallets dominate (especially in China), with credit and debit cards a close second payment preference.
Bring your customers what they want
The payments landscape is constantly evolving. We keep you ahead of change with the most up-to-date payment method offerings around the world.
Digital wallets may contain multiple payment types: credit cards, debit cards, or bank account transfers. Wallets typically require customer verification (e.g., biometrics, SMS, passcode) to complete a payment.
Credit cards allow businesses to receive payment up front, while the consumer pays off the balance of the purchase to the card issuer over time.
Debit cards enable consumers to quickly pay for goods and services from their bank accounts, without the need to borrow money like a credit card.
With cryptocurrency, consumers pay for goods and services with blockchain-based digital currencies that are low-fraud, low-fee, and high-security.
Direct debit and bank transfer
Direct debits pull funds directly from a consumer’s bank account.
A bank transfer (a wire transfer or ACH payment) lets consumers make payments directly from their bank account into another bank account.
Prepaid cards and vouchers
Prepaid payment solutions let consumers load value onto a card or voucher—which they can then use to make purchases.
Cash voucher payments
For online purchases, consumers receive a scannable voucher with a transaction reference number. Then, they can bring the voucher to an ATM, bank, convenience store, or supermarket to complete the payment in cash.