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.
Your customers know how they want to pay.
Make sure you’re supporting their needs with the right payment mix. No matter the location. No matter the channel.
- Reach buyers around the world by offering the payment methods your customers prefer in each market you serve.
- Capture more sales with the ideal mix of payment options to increase conversion rates and reduce cart abandonment.
- Lower your costs by providing the optimal payment acceptance methods–when and where they are available.
- Reduce fraud and disputes with payment methods that fit your company’s risk tolerance.
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.
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.
Credit cards allow consumers to draw on a line of credit to pay for goods and services.
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.
Digital wallets may contain multiple payment types: credit cards, debit cards, or bank transfers. Wallets typically require customer verification (e.g., biometrics, SMS, passcode) to complete a payment.
Direct debit and bank transfer
Direct debits and bank transfers let consumers pay directly from their bank account.
Buy Now Pay Later
Buy now, pay later—a type of installment payment—lets customers break down the cost of a purchase into a series of payments over varying time periods, while the merchant receives the full payment up front.
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 payment vouchers
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.
With cryptocurrency, consumers pay for goods and services with blockchain-based digital currencies.
Choosing the right payment strategy for your markets and channels
We give you access to more than 140 payment methods available across the world. So you can satisfy your existing customers' payment preferences, expand across borders, and reach new customers—all through a single API integration.Explore payments by market
Your questions, answered
Which types of payment methods do customers typically prefer?
Noriko, Payment Solution Expert
Globally, bank transfers, digital wallets, and cash payment vouchers make up more than 70% of all consumer transactions. But it’s important to note that payment preferences can vary drastically from region to region. We’ve developed a payment preferences market guide to help you understand how consumers prefer to pay in different regions around the world.Explore payments by market
How do I determine which payment methods my business should offer?
Noriko, Payment Solution Expert
Your customers’ payment preferences in the markets and channels where you do business will have a large effect on which payment methods you choose to accept. For example, you may need to select a different set of payment methods for your US-based customers than your Canadian customers. You can be confident that as your customers’ preferences evolve, we’re there to meet them every step of the way. Not sure where to start?Explore payments by market
How do I add payment methods to my checkout?