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Alternative Payment Types

Bank Transfer

Bank Transfer

Real-Time Bank Transfers
Shoppers pay for goods using their online banking facility. They are either redirected to their bank or select their bank from a providers page. Authorisation is immediate in most cases.
Examples: Sofort Banking, eNets,Przelewy24, Pay-Easy, Safetypay

Offline Bank Transfers
Shoppers are given a reference number during the purchase process. They can log in to their online banking facility, at their leisure and use the reference to complete the transaction. Authorisation is not immediate.
Examples: Dineromail, SafetyPay

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Direct Debit

Direct Debit

Direct Debits aren’t relevant to all merchants. They’re limited mainly to low-value or recurring transactions. They are popular for regular, predictable payments, such as subscriptions, although they carry the risk of chargebacks.
Examples: SEPA DD, ELV

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eWallet

eWallet

Easy and secure to use, this is the fastest growing payment method in the world and it’s increasingly popular across all sectors. Shoppers can either use stored value or take funds from a payment typelinked to their eWallet, giving them choice and convenience.
Examples: AliPay, Tenpay, PayPal, QIwi, Yandex.Money

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Mobile

Mobile

Mobile payments fall into two categories – direct carrier billing and mobile wallets. With the rise of smartphones and app stores, direct carrier billing is becoming more important. It’s quick and simple, with shoppers only needing to provide their phone number to pay, so it suits buying digital goods. The number and range of mobile wallet payment systems has increased in the past year but very few are capable of global reach yet. Most operate in their local country or territory.
Example schemes: Boku, MoPay, Zong, Zapp, SEQR, Znap (MPayME), Pingit and PayBox.

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Post Pay

Post Pay

When a shopper selects a product online, they pay for it later at an affiliated outlet or store. The delay between the initial order and the shopper completing their payment means that this does not always suit perishable goods and time sensitive purchases.
Examples: Konbini, BoletoBancario

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Pre Pay

Pre Pay

Shoppers are required to buy a card or voucherbefore starting a transaction. These cards are usually authorised immediately. Most prepay products have a funding limit and some don’t allow multiple cards/vouchers to fund one single transaction.
Examples: PaySafeCard, NeoSurf, PostePay

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Domestic Services

Domestic Schemes

Local card schemes, specific to certain markets, often operate like traditional cards. Some will be more sophisticated, for instance offering card and bank transfer options.
Example schemes: MisterCash (Belgium), UnionPay (China), Carte Bleue (France).

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