What is a payment portal?
A payment portal facilitates online credit card payments, creating a secure SSL connection between your company's website or browser and the financial entity that processes credit cards.Read more
The password must have between 8 and 15 characters with the following requirements
- Minimum one number (0-9)
- Minimum lowercase letter (a-z)
- Minimum one uppercase letter (A-Z)
- Minimum one special character "#?!@$%^&*-+<=>"
- Example password 99azTR?!@
A high-risk online payment platform is the one that carries out the transactions related to any activity considered high risk or dangerous by financial entities.Read more
Pin Pad is an electronic device used to accept debit or credit card payments that require a PIN (Personal Identification Number) and therefore, the presence of a cardholder is obligatory.Read more
In China, for example, it is very common to pay with the mobile phone, while the use of credit or debit cards is extremely low and only foreigners who visit this country still carry their “plastics” in the wallets. In the US, the evolution of payment methods has reached the level of creating a voice pay system.Read more
Nothing will be as before in the world of online payments. The arrival of the new PSD2 regulations will convert e-commerce into agile and secure environment. Both buyers and owners of online stores will have to adapt to the new rules of the game. The change will be easier for users and a little more "traumatic" for some businesses. What is the PSD2 EU Directive and how will it affect transactions? Discover how will change the process of selling and online purchasing in the near future.Read more
Pre-Approval Form MID
Fill out the Pre-Apprival form as accurate as possible to help our IPSP understand your business and open your payment terminal as soon as possible. If you have doubts about the terminal to choose you can clarify your doubts in the following links: