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We can process payments from customers all over the world as long as those countries do not appear on a Blacklist.

We support all currently existing (180) currencies for payment acceptance.

We can settle in the following 12 currencies:

  • US Dollar (USD)
  • European Euro (EUR)
  • British Pound (GBP)
  • Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • Swedish Krona (SEK)
  • Norwegian Kroner (NOK)
  • Danish Krone (DKK)
  • New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
  • Singapore Dollar (SGD)
  • Japanese Yen (JPY)

We cater to the following industries:

  • E-commerce
  • Forex
  • Binary options
  • Video gaming
  • Gambling
  • Retail
  • Restaurant
  • Travel
    • Lending
    • Cryptocurrency

Please contact us for a complete list on acceptable business types.

Yes, we do. However, this is reviewed on a case by case basis and we do maintain a prohibited list of industries.

We aim to address any questions or concerns you may have within 24 hours.

Paydoo offers credit, debit and prepaid cards, along with a range of alternative payment methods (APM's).

Please contact us to discuss what options are available. We are constantly adding new payment methods.

We are constantly adding more plug-ins but we currently offer the following shopping cart plug-ins:

  • Magento
  • WooCommerce
  • WP eCommerce
  • Jigoshop
  • Drupal
  • Prestashop
  • Opencart

In order to use Paydoo payment services and solutions you need a company registered in the European Union, compliant with EU legal registration requirements.

Shoppers anywhere in the world can purchase your goods or services even if you price them in a currency different from their local one - if they can provide a card that bears the Visa or Mastercard Logo, and if their card issuers have not applied specific currency restrictions on cross-currency purchases.

Yes, you can. We will set-up a different MID for every website. Compliance checks will be carried out on each registered website.

A MOTO transaction is where card data is collected by the merchant over the phone/email and processed via a Virtual Terminal. This transaction type is considered higher risk in comparison to an E-commerce transaction as it is manually performed by the merchant and not by the cardholder.

A standard E-commerce transaction is when the cardholder inputs their card data when making a purchase for a good or service on a merchants website.

The difference from ECOM transaction is that, after submitting card details via the merchant’s website, the cardholder is redirected to his i-banking system.This is the most secure transaction type as by entering the i-banking system, cardholder proves that not only he has payment card details, but also has access to the i-bank system, which eliminates the possibility of fraudulent use of stolen payment card data.

The payment card details are saved as a token and charged automatically according to a prearranged schedule. This type of transaction is most common for merchants that offer monthly plans and subscription services.

Dual Message System (DMS) is also known as Pre-Authorisation and Capture - the transaction is divided in two parts, first part - the necessary amount is blocked on the cardholders card, the second part - the merchant manually captures the amount.

The merchant has a 7-28 day period to capture the amount. The number of days depends on the terms of the card issuing bank. If the amount wasn’t captured, the funds will be automatically released at the end of the 7-28 day period.

Original Credit Transaction - Allows merchants to wire funds directly to the cardholder. This is common within industries such as Gambling and Forex where merchants need the functionality to settle the winnings to their clients.

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