At PAY.ON, we know that successful expansion requires the right partners, which is why our team integrates new connections to acquirers, fraud solutions, alternative payment methods and payment providers every month.
Below you can find information about this month’s most important new connectors, in both North America and in Europe, which give our clients greater flexibility when determining the perfect payment set-up.
NEW CONNECTORS IN PAY.ON’S GLOBAL PAYMENT NETWORK
Evry offers an easy way to increase footprint in the Nordics
Handelsbanken, SEB Kort, Nordea, Teller, Swedbank, and Elavon are now also available via Evry. This makes it possible for payment service providers to start working with all these acquirers immediately, enhancing reach across the Nordic region.
Go East with Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI)
Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) accepts Visa, V PAY, MasterCard, and Maestro. RBI’s centralized settlement concept ensures minimized scheme fees and centralized reporting. It offers processing services at competitive rates for merchants in Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Germany, and Italy.
In addition to the existing Moneris Canada integration, PAY.ON is now also connected directly to Moneris USA. Moneris serves a large number of verticals and can assist with high risk processing. Supported brands in the US include all major card brands (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover, Diners), plus Interac Direct Debit in Canada.
KEY CONNECTOR UPDATES
Merchants can now verify shoppers’ addresses against the address on file with their card issuer during transaction processing. This is an important step in fighting fraud, part of PAY.ON’s comprehensive fraud prevention solutions.
It is now possible for PAY.ON clients to automatically import chargebacks received via CyberSource and First Data Compass, making them visible to merchants in the Business Intelligence Platform (BIP).