CentralPay credit card payment enables you to collect payments from any card, simplify the customer payment experience and accept multiple currencies.
Fully address the French market and optimize your costs by making payments from the largest French card scheme.
Accept Visa payment cards, one of the world’s most widely used card scheme.
Accept Mastercard payment cards, one of the world’s largest card scheme, used by millions of cardholders.
Accept payment by American Express cards, one of the world’s most widely used international payment method.
A hosted payment page to optimize your online checkout and automate your payment collection process, without any technical effort.
To optimize the customer's payment experience.
Develop your own payment form and debit your customers' credit cards from the CentralPay API, or use the Smart Collection module to benefit from a hosted payment page that can be integrated without any technical effort.
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CentralPay enables you to accept remote payments by major credit card schemes (Cartes Bancaires, Visa, Mastercard, American Express...) and major currencies.
Card fees, known as Interchange++, include all commissions deducted from the merchant's CB payment transactions:
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Yes. This payment method is particularly suitable for recurring payments:
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There are several advantages to credit card payment:
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There are 3 types of operation:
The 3DS protocol secures and validates the cardholder's identity, limiting the risk of card disputes. Nevertheless, other incidents may prompt a customer to contest a transaction: failure to provide service, lack of consent, non-compliant service, etc.
When a dispute occurs, CentralPay is notified of the disputed payment and will inform you as well. You then have 20 calendar days to send proof of delivery/consent/quality of the service. A judgment is then issued to determine the dispute outcome: