PAYMILL’s developer friendly REST API lets you accept credit and debit card payments directly in your website and mobile application. Available across Europe, online businesses are able to accept online payments globally, enabling them to scale internationally from the get-go. The API gives you full control of your checkout so you can deliver a user experience optimised for higher conversions. And with heavy-duty security measures already built-in – you can rest easy knowing your data secured.
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GERMANY | Paymill is teaming up with PayPal to enrich the range of payment methods offered by its online payment solution. Paymill is one of the fastest growing FinTech-Startups in Europe and now supports all major credit cards, SEPA direct debits, ELV and PayPal through one simple API. Paymill [...] Read more
MUNICH | PAYMILL, enabling ecommerce merchants to accept payments online by integrating just a few lines of coding, has partnered with Lemonstand, a Canadian based e-commerce platform. The partnership will allow Lemonstand users to accept card and alternative payments without having to touch any code. Both companies have set their eyes on UK ecommerce market. Customisable and seamless [...] Read more
MUNICH | PAYMILL, the innovative payment service provider in Europe, starts its cooperation with “Alliance”, Italy’s most exciting internet incubator association, today. Internet Incubator Start-Up Alliance, which puts the internet incubators H-Farm, Boox and Nana Bianca under its umbrella, supports more than 68 Start-Ups in Italy financially and practically [...] Read more
Munich | PAYMILL, the innovative payment service provider – which celebrated its first anniversary last month – launched its new product PAYMILL Unite today. PAYMILL Unite is a great all-in-one solution for everyone who offers an online marketplace. The product enables merchants to offer credit card or debit payment to their buyers on their marketplace in a very easy way. Marketplace owners [...] Read more
BERLIN | Shopify, the industry-leading e-commerce platform, which enables customers to create and power online stores, teamed up with PAYMILL, the innovative payment service provider in Europe. Together, they will provide their customers the easiest and most convenient online payment option available. Shopify allows entrepreneurs to open up their own online shop and distribute [...] Read more
MUNICH | PAYMILL, the innovative payment service provider, is now available in Romania, Bulgaria and Gibraltar. The company gives online stores and service providers on the internet the ability to integrate common payment methods into their platform, with a particular emphasis on online card payments. PAYMILL currently operates in 37 countries all over Europe. Mark Henkel, CEO [...] Read more
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.
CartaSi is a MasterCard or Visa co-branded credit card issued in Italy and can be used for internet purchases. CartaSi online payments can be processed using the Visa or MasterCard processing rails.
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.
Diners Club International, founded as Diners Club, is a charge card company formed in 1950.
Maestro is a multi-national debit card service owned by MasterCard that was founded in 1990. Maestro cards are obtained from associate banks and can b
Visa Debit is a major brand of debit card issued by Visa in many countries around the world.
UnionPay International (“UPI”) is a wholly owned subsidiary of China UnionPay , established in Nov 2012.
ELV stands for Elektronisches Lastschriftverfahren and is a popular online payment method in Germany. By choosing to pay with ELV at checkout, the consumer permits the merchant to collect (debit) the purchase amount directly from his or her bank account.