How It Works?
From the customer’s perspective, PayU enables you to pay using just the right banking method. This includes brands like MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Diners Club, Naranja, Argencard, Cencosud, Tarjeta Shopping, Cabal, Pago Fácil, Rapipago, Ripsa Pagos, Provincia NET, Cobro Express.
To start with, simply proceed to the checkout page on merchant’s site and select the payment method. There’s no additional accounts required and all the necessary fields will be already pre-filled, so all you have to do is enter the necessary payment details to login to your service provider using PayU’s API. Once that’s done, you’ll get an email confirming the payment, which is also forwarded to the seller, who take the matter into their own hands.
That said, PayU API is also compatible with mobile devices, and can be integrated with the 1-click payments system for quicker checkouts. Recurring and subscription payments can be set up as well.
PayU claims to have one of the most robust anti-fraud systems in the region. And since they manage the payment platform, it is easier to get PCI DSS certification for the seller, which means bank-level protection for the end users.
From the privacy perspective, it looks like PayU doesn’t share buyer’s sensitive information with the seller.
Since PayU does not sell services or products directly to the consumer, each merchant or operator can set their own fees. That in mind, make sure confirm that at the checkout with each seller individually.
While PayU may not be as widespread among online gaming sites just yet, some of its biggest customers include brands like Booking.com and Groupon.
DineroMail has been rebranded to PayU, which is payment gateway that processes electronic payments. It offers over 250 banking methods in over 16 countries, including primary merkets like Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico. To date, over 100,000 merchants use their services.
Click here to visit DineroMail website.
Posted by CCJ Team