AMSTERDAM | Dutch Payment Service Provider Mollie has launched its online payment service in the Belgian e-commerce market. Mollie claims that merchants can start taking online payment within 15 minutes thanks to the Mollie API and swift online boarding procedures.
One single contract and one single integration
Mollie's Payment Platform supports all popular online payment methods for merchants to convert Belgian shoppers into buyers. Mollie supports the major credit cards as well as Maestro and Bancontact / MisterCash, the most preferred online payment method in Belgium. All payment methods are accessible through one single contract and one single technical integration. The technical integration enables payments across all device types.
There is no need for merchants to separately contract with banks or so-called merchant acquirers to accept card or alternative payment methods. Merchants are able to simplify their reconciliation by just dealing with Mollie for order confirmation, settlement of online payments and transaction costs. Mollie does not charge start-up fees, no connection fees and no payout fees.
Lack of competition
“Belgian web shops could only choose from a small number of payment service providers. Due to a lack of competition in the Belgian market, the pricing, service and technology have lagged behind. Mollie’s proposition opens up Belgian e-commerce and payments market,” says Mollie director Remco Boer.
Mollie was founded in 2004 and is a leading payment service provider in the Benelux. Over 13.000 Merchants in Europe actively use the easy Mollie API and the transparent service. Mollie is based in Amsterdam. Mollie is a financial institution with a license from the Dutch Central Bank and a platform that meets the highest international security standards. You can reach Mollie through the Belgian website or the local telephone number +32 25 88 21 86. Click here for more information on Payment Service Provider Mollie.
Sourced from Press Release by Mollie, March 12, 2015