The solution to process European debit transactions
Our EuroDebit®/SEPA payment system is the most widely used form of
online payment in Europe for both one-time and recurring payments.
The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) initiative created a zone for the Euro in which all electronic payments are considered domestic, and where there is no difference between national and intra-European cross border payments. SEPA will increase your payment coverage to over 520 million consumers! We process direct debits and recurring transactions in real time directly from consumers’ bank accounts in 50 countries and territories.
EuroDebit is also the perfect payment solution for European customers with no credit card or those who are reluctant to use them online for purchases. European consumers will thus have an additional and convenient method to pay online, and merchants can increase their sales by offering this local and trusted payment solution. Merchants further benefit from the GEO-IP service that is included, which automatically provides the payment pages in the consumer’s native language.
In addition, local support phone numbers and email addresses for customer support are posted to manage consumer inquiries. Euro Debit easily integrates with any existing billing platform and all of the Alternative Payments services include access to secure admin pages with detailed reports and features such as fraud scrubbing, age and/or address verification, and recurring billing options.
How SEPA Works
Upon purchase, funds are directly debited from the consumer’s bank account.
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