Pay By Link is the Axerve solution that allows you to offer customers an additional payment method, by scanning a QR code, or sending an email containing the payment link. Customers will then be re-directed to the payment page where they may select methods such as credit card, Paypal or many others. This solution can also be used in other circumstances, such as if the payment with a customer card is denied. Also in this case, it will be possible to send a payment link, or have the customer scan a QR code. In addition, it is important to highlight that Pay By Link is a solution that complies with the European PSD2 regulation.
The customer will decide whether to pay via email or QR code and will select the corresponding option.
Once the customer email address is entered, they will receive an email containing the link to make the payment, which is valid for 48 hours.
The link contained in the email will re-direct them to the payment page, where it will be possible to select the preferred payment method and enter the data need to finalise the purchase. Once the purchase is completed, you will then receive a confirmation notice.
A QR code will be generated, which customers will need to scan with their device.
The QR code will re-direct them to the payment page, where it will be possible to select the preferred payment method and enter the data need to finalise the purchase. Once the purchase is completed, you will then receive a confirmation notice.
Regardless of the method selected by your customer, it will be possible to check the transaction status and see whether the purchase was completed successfully. The Pay By Link solution therefore provides you with the possibility of offering your customers rapid and secure payments, including using alternative payment methods, and exploiting this tool for a range of applications, such as recurring payments.
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