Internet acquiring is a modern online payment technology that allows you to pay for goods and services online without the help of a terminal. Payment can be made not only by bank cards, but also from electronic wallets.
The payment algorithm for Internet acquiring consists of several stages:
The payment system takes a commission for conducting transactions, which is usually paid by the payee. But you can be required to pay the fee of the payer. The optimal solution for small and medium businesses is cooperation with a payment system that works with several issuing banks. This allows you to optimize risks and reduce the size of commissions. The amount of commissions is usually set depending on the turnover - the bigger it is, the lower the commission.
Internet acquiring provides the following additional features:
Wellcoinpay is a modern payment platform that allows you to organize effective reception of online payments, regardless of where the recipient company and the payer are located.
It is very easy to activate the Internet acquiring service - just download and install the appropriate module. It is flexible and allows you to choose the functionality that meets the needs of your business.
Wellcoinpay’s Internet acquiring system is well protected from fraudsters. The functionality of the payment platform allows you to manage risks and control all transactions.
Internet acquiring is universal, it can be used for various businesses.
Acceptance of payments in more than 30 popular currencies
|#||Currencies||Enrollment currencies *|
|1||978 - EUR - European Currency Single||EUR|
|2||840 - USD - United States||USD|
|3||826 - GBP - United Kingdom||GBP / EUR / USD|
|4||157 - CNH - China (renmindi)||EUR / USD|
|5||392 - JPY - Japan||EUR / USD / GBР|
|6||124 - CAD - Canada||EUR / USD|
|7||036 - AUD - Australia||EUR / USD|
|8||985 - PLN - Poland-(Zloty)||PLN / EUR / USD / GBР|
|9||208 - DKK - Denmark||EUR / USD / GBР|
|10||752 - SEK - Sweden||EUR / USD|
|11||203 - CZK - Czech Rebulic||EUR / USD|
|12||756 - CHF - Switzerland||EUR / USD|
|13||578 - NOK - Norway||EUR / USD|
|14||980 - UAH - Ukraine||EUR / USD|
|15||112 - BYR - Belarusia||EUR / USD|
|16||398 - KZT - Kazakhstan||EUR / USD|
|17||643 - RUB - Russian Fed. (Ruble)||EUR / USD|
|18||981 - GEL - Georgia||EUR / USD|
|19||344 - HKD - Hong Kong||EUR / USD|
|20||458 - MYR - Malaysia||EUR / USD|
|21||608 - PHP - Philippines||EUR / USD|
|22||702 - SGD - Singapore||EUR / USD|
|23||949 - TRY - Turkey||EUR / USD|
|24||348 - HUF - Hungary||EUR / USD|
|25||051 - AMD - Armenia||EUR / USD|
|26||901 - TWD - Taiwan, Province of China||EUR / USD|
|27||986 - BRL - Brazil (Brazilian Real)||EUR / USD|
|28||682 - SAR - Saudi Arabia||EUR / USD|
|29||784 - AED - United Arab Emirates||EUR / USD|
|30||434 - LYD - Libyan Arab Jamahiriya||EUR / USD|
|31||710 - ZAR - South Africa||EUR / USD|
|32||356 - INR - India||EUR / USD|
* - credits according to the exchange rates of acquirer banks
** - except blacklisted countries