It’s no surprise that customer expectations for speed, ease of use and variety of choice at the checkout page on your site are on the rise once again.
But what we’ve done exactly to satisfy customers is; reduced shopping cart abandonment rate and drive more sales by improving your checkout page with multiple payment methods So, what types of online payments methods do we accept or are, available?
In this article, you’ll find out different eCommerce payment types we accept and they’re worth exploring
To make online purchases, you must have a payment method that’s accepted over the Internet. This typically means a credit card, but there are ways to shop online even without a credit card. They include Zelle, gift cards, PayPal, Amazon Cash, Venmo or your checking account.
Most modern online payment services offer easy-to-use, fast and secure ways to pay – the bare bones of what’s expected from payment providers.
Such companies do so by cutting out the need to enter long card details or personal information. Instead, they operate using stored payment methods and/or third-party processing to speed up the checkout process.
Here’s a list of the one’s we accept and how to use them.
Alongside credit and debit cards, PayPal is one of the most dominant payment methods available today with over 254 million users worldwide.
Owned by eBay, PayPal is an eCommerce payment processing company that allows users to set up a PayPal account and pay a fee for each cash transaction.
Let’s now see on how to use it;
- Log into your PayPal account.
- Select “Send & Request”
- Input the recipient’s details using either the name, email address or phone number inthe “Send money” section.
- Choose “Sending to a friend” when prompted.
- Enter the payment amount and add a note, if desired.
- Click Submit.
MAKING PAYMENT WITH ZELLE
Pick someone to pay.
Once you’re enrolled with Zelle®, all you need is our zelle enrolled email address or U.S. mobile phone number to send money to straight from your banking app. Send an email on email@example.com for the zelle enrolled email address. You will get a quick response from us on there
Choose the amount to send.
Enter the amount you want to send once that is don reply back with a screenshot of payment for confirmation. Once this is done you will get tracking number in your email
MAKING PAYMENT WITH GOOGLE PAY
PAY A REQUEST
Important: To make sure you pay the right person and avoid scams, before you pay, verify the phone number of the recipient. You’ll get an alert when you send money to someone not in your contact list, get to us to confirm if it’s the right phone number.
- Open the Google Pay app .
- After they install the new Google Pay app, you can send them a payment request.
- Tap the contact who sent that request.
- On the request, tap Pay.
- You may decline the request.
- Review the request and select a payment method.
- Tap Pay.
SENDING MONEY ON GOOGLE PAY
At the top of the “Pay” tab is the “People” section, tap “Find People to Pay.”
There are a couple of different ways to find someone to pay. You can tap “Scan QR Code” to scan the person’s personal Google Pay code. The easier option is to simply do a search at the top of the screen.
You can search by name, phone number, and email address (you can obtain this info from us via email, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for email address or phone number to make payment. If the person has signed up for Google Pay, they will show up. If not, you can invite them.
If the person is a Google Pay user, simply tap their name from the results.
A messenger-like conversation screen will open. At the bottom, there are a few buttons. Tap “Pay” to begin sending money.
Next, type the amount of money you want to send and add a note (order #) about it. Tap the blue checkmark when you’re done.
A confirmation pop-up message will appear. You can select a different payment method if you’d like. If the person is not in your contact list, Google will alert you to make sure the info is correct. Tap “Pay $X.XX” when you’re ready. Once payment is made reply back with a screenshot of payment for confirmation.
SEND AND RECEIVE MONEY WITH APPLE PAY ON IPHONE (U.S. ONLY)
In the Messages app , you can use Apple Pay to send and receive money quickly and easily. There’s no app to download, and you can use the cards you already have with Apple Pay.
When you receive money in Messages, it’s added to your Apple Cash card in Wallet. See Set up and use Apple Cash on iPhone (U.S. only).
While not everyone has a credit card, you can be sure that almost all of your customers will have a bank account to keep their cash in.
However, despite the fact that online shopping is at an all-time high, consumers still have concerns about security when handing over card details.
The main benefit of bank transfers is that customers don’t have to disclose any financial details to you in order to make a purchase.
What’s more, bank transfers used for eCommerce payments are only set to grow due to open banking initiatives like PSD2 (Payment Services Directive 2); a legislation to allow non-banks, i.e. retail merchants, to initiate payments without the intervention of traditional card brand networks.