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How does Payment Gateway charge?

If you are having an online business or planning to start an online business, payment gateway is something which you will definitely need for accepting online payments. But when it comes to the payment gateway or any service integration, one question that comes in our mind is ‘What are the FEES?’.

Well, no service comes for free nor does payment gateway, so how do they actually charge?

When you choose a payment gateway service provider from payment processor likes Paypal or Paytm, the payment gateway is provided free of cost, which means that the code for payment gateway is provided for free and the code needs to be blended into your website. These payment gateway processors do not provide integration service, you need to get the payment gateway blended into your website with the help of your website developer.

Usually, Payment Gateway has its own set of fees,

  • Setup Fee: It is a one-time fee charged by the provider for setting up the payment gateway account and integrating the payment gateway with your website.
  • Annual Fees: The payment gateway can charge you annually for the plugins, features, and support that it offers.
  • Transaction cost: The payment gateway can charge you for every transaction that your customer makes. The charges are a certain percentage of every transaction plus a fixed amount.

Some payment processors do provide integration service at a cost, If you are looking for payment gateway, You must have come across a term “One time setup cost” which in simple words means payment gateway integration charge, wherein the payment processor not just provides you with payment gateway but also blends it with your websites making it ready for payment acceptance.

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If it is for free then how does payment gateway providers get paid?

So once the payment gateway integration into your website is completed and your website is ready to accept online payment, this is when the payment gateway providers start getting paid. Payment gateway charges you a certain percentage (1.5%-3.5%)  on every transaction that your customer makes. The charges differ for a mode of payment like Debit/Credit card, UPI or NetBanking and more. Following are some charges from reputed payment gateways.

 

PayPal – 2.5%* + Fixed fee (INR 3)

Paytm-  1.75% + GST

Instamojo-  2% + Rs 3 fixed

PayU-  2% + GST

 

How is Digital Payment Guru different from others?

Digital Payment Guru is payment Gateway integrator providing integration service for different types of business that want to start accepting payments online. What makes

Discounted  Rates:

Digital payment guru provides the payment gateway service at cheapest rates compared to that available in the market.

Variety of Payment Gateway:

 Find different payment gateways at one place, compare the rates and select the one that suits your business.

Customized Payment Gateways:

We provide customized payment gateway which can be tailored according to your website and need.

Consultation:

 Our team of experts having years of experience with payment gateway integration can help you choose the best payment gateway which is suitable for your business.

Integration service:

Unlike other payment gateway service providers, Digital payment guru offers the integration service at the best rates which is a one-time cost with customer support.

Website Audit:

We conduct an entire website audit for you to ensure that the payment gateway works properly and also to find any errors in existing functionalities which can be resolved.

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How is Payment Gateway different from Payment Aggregators?

Are you running an online business or planning to start one? You should have financial solutions for your online business to accept payments for the services or goods you will provide. The payment gateway is definitely something you will need, Meanwhile many merchants prefer payment aggregators because they provide a wide range of services and is beneficial in context to fees charged for those services.

What is a Payment Gateway?

Payment Gateway is online software which makes handles online payments with multiple payment modes like Credit/Debit card, Netbanking and more, It acts as an intermediate between a customer and merchant, the customer makes payments for certain goods offered by the merchant through the payment gateway.

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What is Payment Aggregators?

Payment Aggregators are basically service provider which allows the merchant to accept payments through multiple modes likes credit/debit cards, Netbanking and more without having a need for a merchant account. The term ‘aggregators’ denotes merchants are grouped together to opt for a merchant account which is controlled by a payment system on behalf of them, whereas a merchant account, on the other hand, is owned and controlled by the merchant themselves. In other words, Payment Aggregators allows the merchant to collects the amount without setting up a merchant account that is connected with a bank.

How Payment Gateway and Payment Aggregator work together?

It a misconception that payment gateway is the alone involved in an online transaction, Payment gateway handles only the data involved in the transaction and there are banks that work behind the scenes to issue merchant account. There can be too many merchants applying for a merchant account and willing to process payments. In such a situation, the bank has to handle both the underwriting process as well as the transaction of multiple merchants which becomes difficult. This is when a payment aggregator is needed; Payment Aggregators goes through the underwriting process with acquiring bank and processes payments for many merchants. Well, Payment Aggregator can offer a Payment Gateway but Payment Gateway cannot offer Payment Aggregator. PayU, Instamojo are some of the payment gateway aggregators that provide payment gateway services to the different merchant at a specific rate. Payment gateway service provider charges fees to the customer on behalf of the merchant and then transfers the money to the merchant account within a stipulated time period according to the payment aggregators, normally it is 3 days.

Payment Gateway vs. Payment Aggregators

Payment Gateway and Payment Aggregators both are different but interlinked, which means, payment aggregators need not act as a payment gateway but payment gateway does need aggregators.

  • Payment Options: Payment gateway in India allows the merchant to accept the payment through available options that are integrated into the portal, whereas Payment Aggregators allows the merchant to collect payment with multiple options like bank transfer, e-wallet, and latest is UPI.
  • Small Business: Payment gateways use Payment aggregators when it comes to small business because small business finds the transaction fees charges by single payment gateway high and aggregators are beneficial in context to cost for services.

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  • Intermediates & Interface: Payment gateway acts as an intermediate between customer and merchant, the customer makes payment through a payment gateway for the certain goods/services provided by the merchant. Aggregators act as an interface for the intermediates(Payment gateway) to accept payments and make settlements.
  • Ownership: Payment gateways are owned by Payment Aggregators who cater payment processing for online businesses.
  • License: Payment aggregators require payment aggregator license and security certificate like PCI DSS from Payment card industry. Payment Gateway requires RBI authorization for setting up a business.

How are Payment Gateway and Payment Aggregator beneficial for Small Business?

Payment Aggregators are preferred by the small business as they are cost-effective for microtransactions, payment gateway integration becomes easy for small businesses when catered by aggregators. Payment Aggregators tends to become a payment processing platform for small businesses because of their minimal or no startup cost and fixed rates.

Benefits of Payment Aggregator over Payment Gateway.

  • Ease of Application: Applying for a merchant account is a time consuming process which involves lengthy application and underwriting process, it includes a credit check, PCI compliance check and also close inspection of your business model. Whereas with Payment Aggregators there is a minimal requirement and compliance checks.
  • Faster Approvals: For Payment Aggregators, approvals takes few days making it suitable for a small business where time is a constraint.
  • Get paid instantly: Once the application processing is done, the merchant can start accepting payments through multiple payment modes like Credit/Debit card, Netbanking and more.
  • Simple Fee structure: Payment Aggregators are beneficial for small businesses making microtransactions as the cost per transaction is minimal with aggregators. So it is easier for the merchant to shell out for processing fees.

Why your Refunds take time?

If you shop online then you might have faced the following situations,

  1. You return an item and the money was promised to be credited within 5-10 working days.
  2. The amount is debited from your account but the order is not placed.

You expect the refund to be reflected into your account immediately, then why does it take so long?

Well, this blogs explains what exactly happens behind the scenes and what you should be doing as a customer to get your refund. The two cases mentioned above are the instances when a refund request is created. Let’s discuss these instances one by one.

1. Customer raises refund request to online business for returned goods.

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Customer purchases certain goods online which he/she then returns for some reason like poor quality of goods. Customer raises a refund.

What happens next is a return request is made by online business via their payment gateway. The payment gateway then transfers the information to the acquired bank via API. The acquiring bank (bank associated with the online business ) communicates with the issuing bank (bank associated with the customer with which payment was made) and raise refund request. Further, the request is accepted, filed and processed by the issuing bank and after the process is completed the refund is reflected into customers account.

Though the process seems simple on paper, it is a complicated process as the information exchange takes place between 4-5 different parties and there are many such refund requests raised, thus it takes 5-10 days for the return to reflect into customers account. Sometimes it can take more than 10 days if the return request get dropped due to System/Network failure and the request needs to be initiated again.

2. The amount is debited from account but the order is not placed.

The customer makes an online payment for certain goods and services, he successfully checks out making the payment through a payment gateway for desired goods and services. But the order is not placed and the amount is debited from customers account. The customer claims for the refund.

How does the payment process work?

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There are several steps and parties involved in the entire online payment process,

  1. A website from where the customer makes payment.
  2. Payment Gateway using which customer will make payment.
  3. Acquire a bank (bank associated with online businesses).
  4. Issuing bank( Bank associated with the customer).

While proceeding with the payment you need to choose the payment mode like Credit/Debit card and fill in the details.

Once you finish filling up the details the data is sent to payment gateway system which then transfers the data to a bank associated with a card. Bank creates request with payment system like visa or master card depending on the card used. These payment systems check if the customer has required amount on balance to pay for the purchase, if yes the bank directly connects with the merchant and the amount is transferred to merchants account within several days.

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Impact of failed payment:

Two-factor verification is the most relevant step when it comes to payment processing. After two-factor verification is completed a payment request is made to issuing bank which debits the required amount from customers account. Issuing bank confirms the status of payment to the acquiring bank. The customer then receives the notification regarding the payment via a payment gateway.

Why Does Payment processing fail?

Payment process can fail at any step during its communication from one party to another,

Failure of payment can occur due to network or system failure as the customer should be connected to the internet until the entire transaction is completed.

There are almost 4 parties involved in the complete transaction process. Payment can fail during the communication of issuing bank with acquiring a bank or can fail during communication of payment gateway with the acquiring bank. There are several infrastructures on which online payment system work most of which are not that optimized to handle such issues.

Role of Payment Gateway in the refund process.

Payment gateway’s role is to check for the status of payment with the acquiring bank, payment gateway’s job doesn’t stop if the payment status with the acquiring bank is ‘failed’. When this happens, payment gateway keeps polling the acquired bank for the payment status that is updated as ‘Failed’ has changed to ‘Successful’. If the status is changed then the online business where the transaction was done is informed and is given two options,

  1. To collect the payment and deliver the goods/services for which the payment is made.
  2. Not to collect the payment as it is no longer in the position to serve the customer for any reason like goods for which the payment was made are no longer available. In this case, the amount will be refunded to the customer within 5-10 business days.

Do not worry about the failed payments and refunds, the amount deducted will always reflect back to the mode of payment selected while making payments. If the payment is made using digital wallet then the amount will be refunded to a digital wallet and not the bank account.

So shop online and stop worrying about failed payments as you have knowledge about what happens behind the scenes!

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Payment Links Made Simple – Even Your Kids Can Do It!

The adoption of digitization in India has created a need for effortless and accessible means of digital payment to benefit businesses of all sizes into a cashless economy. Using digitization to transform business operations reduces or even eliminates the processes that do not require human intervention. Also using of digital payment reduces the efforts of standing in the queue to make payment to the client.  Small businesses like home-based businesses that deal in cash and do not have any website or online store can manage payment methods with as much ease as their online counter partners. So the question arises how this can be done? The answer for this is to address all these traditional methods, the straightforward way to do this without investing in payment infrastructure is with Digital Payment Links.

What are the Payment Links?

Payment links are the web links that are securely generated and by clicking on which customer can make an online payment. Payment links provide ease and flexibility of payment for sellers as well as customers. A seller can receive payment in three simple steps:

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Create Link: Payment links can be created individually or uploaded in bulk via API or Dashboard. Details like amount, receipt number and link expiry can be managed with flexible solutions.

Share Link: After creation, the payment link can be shared through SMS, Email, Facebook messenger, and Whatsapp and more.

Get Paid: Digital Payment Guru’s payment gateway services provide the built-in checkout method with the support for multiple payment methods Credit/Debit cards, Net Banking, UPI and more, thus reducing the payment barrier and increasing business reach.

Benefits of Payment Links:

  • Less chance of fraud and robbery as no cash is held on premise and for every transaction customer receives a receipt and email, and all possible information on the transaction. Also, the payment goes directly into the bank account so there is a low risk of robbery.
  • Relief from cash handling fees from the bank and the trips to banks to pay it. The transaction can be done from the mobile phone thus reducing efforts of standing in a queue and no physical activity is done in the transfer process thus eliminating handling fees.
  • More marketing opportunities by collecting customer data for future use.
  • Average spend tends to increase. As we have access to the entire amount in the account, spend increases as one can spend until the account goes nil unlike traditional cash, one can spend only the cash he/she is carrying.

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Drawbacks of payment link:

  • Potential customers that would like to pay with cash may be excluded. As some people in India still feel cash payment is safe than online payment.
  • Processing fees are likely to increase if the cash is withdrawn altogether. Payment providers charge service fees so if the amount is huge the charge will be more.
  • Privacy for the customer is less. Many times credentials can be leaked while typing as someone can peek into the phone.
  • Technical Problems can cause online payment methods to go down.

       

Digital Payment Guru provides a customized dashboard for managing links, checking payment status, and getting real-time data insights to manage the business better. Payment links are very well suitable for all business whether its online or offline. Payment link effortlessly links into business ecosystems and supports the host of used cases like:

Small Business: For small and traditional businesses which do not have a website or an application payment link is the best way to start accepting payment links online.

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Alternate Payment use case: Payment links can be used in cases such as cash on delivery or partial payment.

Chatbot integration: Implementation of chatbot is increasing for better customer experience and to provide all the technical support to the customer. Thus chatbot implementation can resolve many issues that the customers are having with online payment.

Social Media business: Running a business on WhatsApp? An easy solution to initiate payment online is by using payment links. Payment links can be shared easily on all the social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and many more, using which customer can make a quick payment.

When it comes to online payment ecosystem, payment gateway integration plays a pivotal role and choosing a wrong gateway for accepting payment from the customer can lower down the entire payment process. Thus payment gateway should be picked that suits your business.

Digital Payment Guru is a team of payment gateway experts having years of experience with several banking institutions. We target to bring all MSMEs online by implementing best digital payment gateway integration system and provide world-class experiences that are easier, quick, secure & affordable, thus generating innovative opportunities & sustainable livings. We assume every business design deserves to be on the Internet to flourish.

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Points to consider for Payment Gateway Integration in Mobile application

Life has become simpler with the use of cashless payment methods like a debit card or credit card, these tiny cards allow us to spend enormous amount without any struggle thus has become an addictive process. Being a convenient method, it has now moved to mobile apps and website concurring the entire online business. With no doubt, mobile phones are the leading edge of technology of this revolution. Customers find it handy to shop from mobile thus having a mobile app for your business can help increase revenue. If you want to have a mobile application involving payment operations and you know nothing about payment gateway then you are at the right place, continue reading till the end to find out what is payment gateway. In this blog, we talk about what is payment gateway and how it can be integrated into your mobile application.

What is a Payment gateway?

Well, payment gateway services are the only way in which you can accept payments through a website or mobile applications. They act as a bridge between the transaction that the customer wants to make and the payment processor. The app cannot directly connect to payment processors for security reasons thus payment gateways are required.

How does Payment Gateway work?

Firstly internet connection is required to access the payment gateway service. While proceeding with the payment you need to choose the payment mode like Credit/Debit card and fill in the details.

Once you finish filling up the details the data is sent to payment gateway system which then transfers the data to a bank associated with a card. Bank creates request with payment system like visa or master card depending on the card used. These payment systems check if the customer has required amount on balance to pay for the purchase, if yes the bank directly connects with the merchant and the amount is transferred to merchants account within several days.

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What are the things to consider before Integrating Payment Gateway?

  1. Merchant account: Merchant account is a must for a seller as it temporarily holds the amount received from the sales in the app and then transfers it to the regular bank account. If a payment gateway is integrated into the application then the provider will first verify the transaction and send it to the merchant account. There are two types of merchant accounts.
  • Dedicated Merchant Account.
  • Aggregate Merchant Account.

Dedicated Merchant Account is custom made for business transactions, it is suitable for individual business owners or merchants. But implementation of dedicated merchant account requires an additional expenditure which causes difficulties for someone tight on budget.

A user can easily manage funds and expense but the disadvantage is that it takes a longer time for the purchase process and does a deep inspection of credit check.

Aggregated Merchant Account is where all the money from other businesses are stored altogether like a bank which is shared among several people. To connect with an aggregate merchant account you need to provide so information about your company and the type of product you intend to sell. The process is far less complicated compared to a dedicated merchant account. The disadvantage is that it gives less control over how long it takes to get your money.

  1. Ease of Payment Gateway Integration: The process of integrating payment gateway has to be simple which is possible if the developer SDK is simple and take minimum developer time for integration and the updates are easily handled by the merchant.

The SDK must be light to ensure it occupies minimum space in users mobile.

  1. User-friendly UI: User Interface of the online payment gateway must compliment the overall brand language. UI must be such that customer can make a transaction without any conflict. The bank pages should be mobile friendly. There should be the least number of steps for completing a transaction.
  2. Payment Analytics: Analytics helps to figure out actual problems, this helps to optimize the payment experience in the app. There are several aspects of online payment such as payment failure, Double payment, refund and more. Analytics helps to identify all of them thus should be considered while integrating payment gateway in the app.
  3. Customer Support: Customer Support helps in addressing issues related to payment integration and post-integration. Merchant overlooks for customer support, A payment gateway should provide an effective solution to all payment related queries. For instance, best payment integration service providers offer customer support for all payment related queries and ensure that they are resolved in the shortest possible time.
  4. Payment Receipt: After every transaction, the customer must receive confirmation mail regarding the transaction, this helps in building customer trust. Payment gateway has direct access to transaction status and thus status should be shared with the customer. Payment receipt helps in building brand engagement for the merchant.
  5. Features and Plugins: All the payment gateways have different features and plugins which differentiate them from each other. These features help in optimizing payment experience to provide a better payment interface for customers. Card saving is one of the features where customers card details are saved for future purchases. Another feature is auto OPT reading wherein customer need not have to type in the OPT manually the payment gateway automatically reads the OTP from users mobile thus reducing the chance of manual error.

When it comes to choosing a payment gateway for your mobile app, consider all the factors from customer support, analytics to features and choose the one that is closest to your business needs.

Digital Payment Guru is a team of payment gateway experts having years of experience of years with several banking institutions. We target is to bring all MSMEs online by implementing best digital payment gateway integration system and provide world-class experiences that are easier, quick, secure & affordable, thus generating innovative opportunities & sustainable livings. We assume every business design deserves to be on the Internet to flourish.

 

 

 

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Technology Trends Impacting Small Business Payments

The rise of affordable and innovative small business payment solutions has surfaced the playing field between small companies and large corporations.

Instead of having to spend lots of money on solutions that are regularly needing to be upgraded, payment innovation has given enterprises of all sizes access to the latest technology and same processing charges as the biggest players in the marketplace.

With that being said, many small business owners are convinced using old payment systems and outdated technology. If you aspire to break out of the status quo and embrace the future of tech, here are five payment trends you might want to consider.

Mobile POS

Mobile, mobile…mobile. We’re stressing this one because this trend is here to stick — in considerable part due to its ever-evolving possibilities. From mobile payment apps and integrated mobile payments to mobile POS terminals, small firms can get quite a bit of bang for their buck by implementing a mobile payments strategy.

To begin, mobile credit card processing is a way for small business to worry less about where they’re physically conducting business, and concentrate entirely on what type of payment experience they’re providing their customers. This includes features like the capability to text/email receipts and the opportunity to integrate better, faster and more secure payments.

Beyond the convenience perks, mobile POS solutions provide enhanced safety measures to fully protect your business and your customer’s data. Eventually, mobile payments give you that extra peace of mind.

Digital Payments

Speaking of mobile, the next trend prolongs to the other side of the payment innovation equation: Digital payments. Customers today are catching onto the latest payment trends, and many have started ditching the need to pull out a credit card for every purchase. Digital payment methods have enabled quicker, more secure payment processing that streamlines the online shopping journey.

Various big businesses caught onto digital payments years ago. Small businesses need to follow suit if they want to find a competitive and stay ahead of what customers are expecting now. From in-app payments, one-click payment buttons and P2P payments, small businesses have a number of opportunities to take benefit of in order to better tailor their payment options for their customers.

As credit card crimes continue to dominate news headlines, consumers are looking toward businesses that rely on better payment technology. Obtaining this can be done using digital payment terminals that offer E2E encryption and tokenization. Digital payment methods extend the same security benefits, while also grant cardless ways to pay for products and services. For consumers who don’t want to grab that credit card each time they make a purchase, integrating digital payment methods is a surefire way to fill that gap.

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APIs

Fortunately, with easier and more efficient integration options now in the market, SMBs can – and should – take full advantage of the power of APIs. Today, there are solutions that make receiving in-app and online payments easier than ever before.

Toolkits, drop-in code, and readily available tech support — like that provided by Digital Payment Guru — is the type of technology that small businesses should be harnessing today. Payment processing services shouldn’t be confined to what offerings your financial institution can provide to your business.

The API trend and recent innovation have encouraged small businesses to integrate more dynamic payment processing features across all of their channels. This technology transformation has also helped businesses connect their in-store and online software so that each system is in sync with the other.

Automation

Another key trend that companies should take advantage of is the ability to automate services — including payments. From recurring billing to subscription services, small companies can find tons of undiscovered value by leveraging automation to streamline payment processing.

Automation can also help businesses rightly connect with their customers. Having the ability to constantly communicate with your customer base is one of the best ways a small business can stay top of mind. Consumers aren’t always going to remember to come back to your physical or online storefronts — you’ll need to nudge them with reminders. Frequent communication can be automated to help you reach customers without investing heavily in mass advertising platforms.

On the payment processing side, manufacturers that already leverage recurring billing services have learned the power of automated payments. Not only does this help keep consistent revenue flowing into your business, but it can also help keep your best customers loyal to your brand. Consumers are eager to regularly engage with their favourite brands, products, and services, but often forget to do so. Solve that by taking the hassle out of the process and offer your consumers a way to become a subscriber. They remain connected to your brand, and you constantly get paid. That’s a payment tech trend that’s absolutely here to stay.

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Digital Payment Gateway for Successfull E-Commerce Business

Presently, Internet communication technology has made the entire system not only interactive, integrated and seamless but has also produced whole new opportunities and possibilities for cross‐industry alliances. Data networks across countries have been democratized and supported approximately one‐third of human society to share music, information, data, and social and cultural life on an open platform. This reach of communication technology and information has enabled businesses to manage their transactions without even meeting personally. This method of transacting business over communication technology, generally known as the internet, is known as “electronic commerce” or e‐commerce (EC). EC is not just about purchasing and selling, it is about electronically interacting, collaborating and exploring information.

It has come to impact a notable portion of world businesses, professions, and of course, people. The term E-Commerce was coined in the beginning 1990s when the internet became popularized and users began flocking to participate in the World Wide Web. So when the transactions or buying and selling goods and services online started the online payment gateway came in to picture.

When you pay to business using an electronic medium, its called online digital payment gateway and the application that carries out this process is termed as digital payment gateway integration.

The increasing use of Internet-based banking and shopping has seen the growth of multiple e-commerce payment systems and technology has been evolved to enhance, improve and provide secure and safe e-payment transactions.

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Paperless e-commerce digital payments have revolutionized payment processing by reducing paperwork, transaction costs, and personnel cost. Also, there are many options available in the market offering companies with a cheap payment gateway. These digital payment systems are user-friendly and utilize less time than manual processing and assist businesses to extend their market reach.

Best Digital Payment Methods of e-commerce in use today are:

Credit Card

The most famous and common method of payment for e-commerce transactions is through credit cards. It is very easy to use and the customer has to simply enter their credit card number and expiry date mentioned, on a small plastic card with a unique number attached with an account, in the appropriate field on the merchant’s website. To increase the security system, improved security measures, such as the use of a card verification number (CVN), have been included in online credit card payments. The CVN method helps identify fraud or cheating by matching the CVN number with the credit card holder’s details. When a shopper purchases a product or service via credit card, credit card issuer bank pays on behalf of the buyer and the shopper has a certain time period after which he can pay the credit card bill which usually has a monthly payment cycle.

Debit Card

Debit cards are the second highest e-commerce payment method in India. Shoppers who want to pay online within their budgetary limits prefer to pay using their Debit cards. Debit card, just like a credit card, is a small plastic card with a unique number linked with the bank account number.

With the debit card, consumers can only pay for obtained goods with the money that is already there in his bank account as opposed to the credit card where the outlay that the buyer spends are charged to him and payments are done at the end of the billing time. This is the principal difference between debit and credit card is that the amount gets deducted from the card’s bank account directly and there should be adequate balance in the bank account for the transaction to get completed; whereas, in case of a credit card purchase, there is no such requirement.

Smart Card

It is a plastic card fixed with a microprocessor that has the consumer’s personal details saved in it and can be loaded with funds to perform online transactions and instant payment of bills. The funds that are loaded in the smart card decreases as per the usage by the shopper and should be reloaded from his bank account. The smart card is again similar to a credit card or a debit card in looks, but it has a tiny microprocessor chip installed in it. It has the capacity to save a customer’s work and personal details. It is best when traveling to foreign countries for leisure or business trips. They are accessed using a PIN that every customer is assigned with. Smart cards are secure, as they store data in an encrypted form and being less expensive. Smart cards can only be Smart cards are secure, as they store information in an encrypted format and are less expensive/provides faster processing.

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E-Wallet

E-Wallet is a prepaid account that enables the consumer to save many credit cards, debit card, and bank account numbers in a safe and secure environment. This excludes the need to key in account details all the time while doing payments. Once the consumer has registered and created E-Wallet profile, he can execute payments faster. Nowadays this type of method is easily possible through mobile phones. To establish the mobile payment system, the consumer just has to install software from his service provider’s website and then link the credit card or mobile billing details to the software.E-wallet has transformed online shopping and given a boost to e-commerce being the best digital payment integration method.

Netbanking

This is another modern way of doing e-commerce payments. It is an easy process of paying for online shopping instantly from the customer’s bank. It applies a similar method as the debit card of paying money that is already there in the buyer’s bank. Net banking does not require the user to possess a card for payment purposes just the user must register with his bank for the net banking facility. While performing the transaction the customer just requires to insert in their net banking id and pin. With such simple procedure, digital payment gateway method has revolutionized fun transfer from one bank account to another. Accounts can be in the same bank or another bank. Fund transfer can be performed using ATM (Automated Teller Machine) or using a computer or even through phones by installing their banks’ application in which they hold the account.

Digital Payment Guru is a team of payment gateway experts having years of experience of years with several banking institutions. We target is to bring all MSMEs online by implementing best digital payment gateway integration system and provide world-class experiences that are easier, quick, secure & affordable, thus generating innovative opportunities & sustainable livings. We assume every business design deserves to be on the Internet to flourish.