Different payment scenarios
Online card payment
Card payment is the most universal and essential payment method in the world. For consumers, it is the easiest way to pay for merchants, whether it is a standard one-off payment, or a recurring invisible payment, that has been integrated into services like Uber and Netflix. It is the card payment infrastructure that allows such payment solutions.
Card tokenization that enables different billing scenarios
The digital economy requires credentials on file payments to ensure simplicity and convenience. The best practice to achieve this is to use tokenisation, which allows you to build a framework for various use-case scenarios. It allows for the provision of a seamless checkout experience, with stored credentials (aka one-click payments); plus automated recurring payments for periodic services; or no-click payments for various in-app and wallet solutions, to enhance standard in-store transactions.
Subscription management module
Subscription payments can be used as a billing solution, and are ideal for periodic and recurring payments. To successfully process a subscription payment, the merchant needs a client’s approval to take funds from their account, at an agreed upon time and regularity.
Payment link – LinkPay
LinkPay is a useful tool for all types of businesses, allowing a merchant to accept online card payments without any need for IT development, or even a website. Our platform allows the merchant to create a payment link with predefined details, and simply post it to merchant customers. Use-case scenarios with LinkPay are various.
One-click and non-click payment
One-click payment is easy, fast and secure – exactly what today’s customers expect! By storing credentials, this allows the merchant to create a convenient payment method for regular customers, making it possible for them to pay for goods with just “one click”.
Different payment forms – iFrame payment form & redirect payment page
One of the ways to implement EveryPay’s solution is to use a redirect page, where your company’s logo can be displayed on the payment form. This is a ready-made solution and no development is needed on the merchant side. Showing a merchant customer’s logo on the payment page makes the redirect page more trustworthy for the end user consumer.
The other option is to use an iFrame solution, meaning that the payment page can be fully integrated to the merchant’s e-shop, and customers will not be redirected when making payments. An iFrame payment form can be set up and designed according to the merchant’s website, and will look like a natural part of their website.