For a merchant to be able to accept payments from customers you will need two different agreements.
An acquirer is a financial institution which process card data on behalf of the merchant and, among other things, is responsible for moving the money between the cardholder and the merchant.
To accept credit or debit cards you will need one or more agreements with one of more acquirers.
Quickpay supports several national and international acquirers. See quickpay.net/payment-methods/
If your business is placed in a country that is part of the EU28 or EEA.
Countries included in EU28 and EEA
A payment service provider (PSP) is the link between your shop and the acquirer. You need a PSP if you e.g. want to start a web shop and accept payments.
Quickpay is a payment service provider, and we help you accept payments in several different ways - among others credit cards, bank transfers and invoicing.
You can read more about the relationship between your shop, acquirers and Quickpay on our website
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