European companies and platforms unify their payments, optimize customer journey and automate transfers with CentralPay payment services.
Discover the functionalities of the account opened for your company and the two optional modules related to your activity.
An account for automating reconciliation of all payments : credit cards, bank transfers and SEPA direct debits. From all sales channels, thanks to virtual IBANs.
To unify its credit management.
Simplify access and automate your platform’s transfers.
Manage secure exchanges between donors, investors, and project beneficiaries.
Ensure prepaid value clearing within your retail or merchant network.
Automate your company’s invoice credit management.
Internalize and fully automate your debt collection process.
Easily accept all types of online payment on your ecommerce website.
Choosing a Payment Service Provider has a direct impact on your financial processes, and therefore requires full understanding of your financial, technical and compliance issues. Our customers are in contact with a team of professionals in B2B, B2C and C2C payment environments, while accessing a high-performance, agile platform.
The CentralPay promise:
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CentralPay applies a simple, pay-as-you-go pricing structure, based on your collection volumes and the payment methods you use. No subscription fees.
These fees include:
CentralPay allows you to accept :
CentralPay offers two recurring payment services by credit card or SEPA direct debit:
CentralPay is a Payment Service Provider (PSP) accredited as a Payment and Electronic Money Institution by the Banque de France through its prudential control and resolution authority (CIB 17138). Our Institution is regularly audited by the relevant authorities, ensures full security of its users' funds and operates in partnership with several European banks. Centralpay payment infrastructure has also achieved the highest level of PCI DSS certification, the payment card industry's security standard. Finally, CentralPay operates in compliance with PSD2 and EMD2 (Payment Services Directive and E-Money Directive), which impose rigorous licensing and security requirements.