Allied Wallet truly offers an international service that connects buyers and sellers in 196 countries from all over the world. By providing a simple and secure means for e-commerce, merchants will accept more methods of payment from customers they could never reach or sell to with most payment processors.
Allied Wallet differentiates itself with its multiple banking relationships and with their ability to process 164 currencies in 196 countries in various platforms including: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Maestro, Discover, Cartes Bancaires, JCB, China UnionPay, Vpay, Klarna, Sofort, GiroPay, Direct Debit, ACH, Diners Club, and PaySafeCard. Merchants can also settle their funds into their own bank account in any of 25 currencies.
Processing this many payments in so many regions involves state-of-the-art security including PCI Level 1 compliance, AML protection, First Data certification, proprietary fraud and chargeback protection technology.
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