SecurionPay is an online payment program. The tool was built to solve the difficulties that users face when buying online. It supports 23 languages and 160 currencies.
Hybreathe offers you the Integration services of Securion Pay on your website. It represents a significant time and money-saving for digital retailers wanting to begin their project soon as well as reducing expenses.
Features of Securion Pay
SecurionPay offers the following features to stable functionalities, security, and great integrations. It also enhances the user experience.
SecurionPay is an online payment solution allowing E-Commerce to change to the interest of its buyers.
This solution accepts the following credit and debit card.
- VISA Electron
- American Express
- Union Pay
You can particularly adapt to local demands. It also allows you to accept donations particularly on your website you can set a few amounts or leave it up to the donor. It is highly customizable and helps you to create monthly fees and donations occur at regular intervals.
The customer avoids leaving your website. It offers you checkout in the form of a pop-up, so the finalization of this purchase remains on your website page. It reduces the cart abandonment rate by 12%. It saves time and integration of this checkout is very easy.
It gives you completely customizable payment forms you can integrate it anytime during the purchasing process. You can modify its appearance, you can place it where you want and can insert whatever you want. To improve your conversion rate, users are kept on the same page. Thus, no redirection to outer assistance is given out.
It guarantees the highest level of protection, SecurionPay operates with banks across Europe. This primarily aims to continuously secure its solution and to convince customers.
Advantages of Securion Pay
- Simple to use and integrate
- Easy credit card transactions
- It properly supports you with conversions and sales.
- Ensure the faster checkouts
- Minimize the cart abandonment
- It offers premium fraud prevention service