- Internet & E-commerce Users in Europe, Source: Eurostat; Statista; UN
- An international merchant account permits a multinational company's high volume of transactions.
- International businesses experience greater refund and chargeback issues.
- Fraud in international commerce is more prevalent.
- Protects you from fraud and chargebacks;
- Enables you to conduct business in both regulated and unregulated industries.
- Provide several payment methods, such as ACH, bank transfers, credit or debit cards, e-wallets, and cryptocurrencies.
- A firm with an international payment gateway can sell its goods and services anywhere in the world.
- It can take payments in a variety of foreign currencies without the need to open foreign bank accounts.
Top Industries Where High-Risk International Merchant Account is Mandatory
We provide industry-specific merchant accounts in select industries where we have extensive experience, to name a few:
Advancement of PayCly’s High-Risk Merchant Account in the United Kingdom (UK)
PayCly is the top payment service provider in the UK. Being the best high-risk payment gateway in the UK, these are some edges we have:
||Highly Competitive Rates
|Routine Settlement (No Account Frozen)
||Dedicated Support Manager
|Accept Every Credit Card Payment
||Accept International Currencies
|Alternative Payments Methods
||Accept Crypto Currency
|Sophisticated Anti-Fraud & Chargeback System
|White Label Payment Gateway
||Available For Every Industry
|Recurring Billing System
||E-Invoicing, Real-Time Transaction Tracking
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Does PayCly Offer International Merchant Accounts to Newbies?
Yes, by offering them high-risk merchant accounts, international payment gateway accounts, international merchant accounts, and other payment solutions, we assist new business owners in extending their operations globally.
2. How Does Payment Gateway Work?
This flowchart illustrates how a payment gateway operates. When a customer chooses to buy something from the retailer's website, he clicks "Pay Now" and then enters his credit card information on a payment gateway that communicates with the payment processor. The payment processor also validates the availability of funds and accepts or rejects the payment in accordance with that information. The payment is sent to your merchant account after being approved.
3. What Is the Difference between Low-Risk and High-Risk Merchant Accounts?
4. How Long Does it Take to Get Approved for the UK International Merchant Account?