A 100% integrable multiplatform system
Day to day, businesses are increasingly delocalised, requiring more precise monitoring of all elements where you are. PAYCOMET is 100% integrable with current programming systems and the control panel can be remotely accessed, allowing the administration of all accounts simply with internet access. PAYCOMET MultiplatformIntegration with the "shopping carts" which are currently most used
If your website is developed with one of the most used shopping cart systems such as: Magento, WooCommerce, osCommerce, PrestaShop, VirtueMart, OpenCart, etc., you will find payment modules in this section. As you can see, it is a fast, easy, convenient system.
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American Express is a credit or charge card that can be used for online payments. American Express is amongst the major credit card brands in the world.
MultiBanco NET is the brand name for the Portugese online payment method which relies on the creation of virtual credit cards used for internet payments. The virtual credit card is issued by an American Express, MasterCard or Visa issuer and depends on the consumer's bank relationship.
Visa is one of world's best known online payment methods and largest credit card brand. Visa truly is a global payment brand with acceptance at point-of-sale and online in over 170 countries.
Visa Electron is a debit card available across most of the world, with the exception of Canada, Australia, Ireland and the United States. The card was introduced by Visa in the 1985 and is a sister card to the Visa Debit card
Carte Bancaires (CB) is a well-known debit and credit card payment scheme in France. Carte Bancaires cards are most often co-branded with MasterCard and Visa.
IVR Billing is a payment solution where customers or end users call a local phone number and be billed on a per-minute or drop-call basis.
A direct debit is a transaction whereby funds are withdrawn from the customer's bank account. When a shopper selects the direct debit payment option upon checkout, the merchant is allowed to charge the purchase amount and collect it from the shopper's bank account.