Secure and reliable electronic payments and payers
Branddocs Pay is a qualified solution to carry out the identification and control of the payment during a digital transaction, as well as the generation of evidence related to the previous processes.
Use Branddocs Pay in combination with your usual payment gateways to identify payment senders, while collecting evidence from other digital assets, such as the electronic signature of contract acceptance.
The client, after paying by credit card, debit card, Apple Pay or Google Pay, for example, may accept the transaction being carried out, signing it electronically, issuing a complete audit trail of the agreement that will be transferred along with all digital assets and electronic evidence to the Branddocs architecture.
For the client, the process is seamless, fast and simple. For the company, the process minimizes the costs originated from the delay, and risks of non-payment while providing evidence in case of repudiation.
How Branddocs Pay works
With the Branddocs’ payments service you can receive the payment at the same time you identify the user and get an electronically signed agreement in one step. This fast and secure process integrates with major payment gateways and offers customers the ability to pay with any credit card, debit card, Apple Pay or Android Pay:
What is an electronic payment?
An electronic payment is a digital transaction between two parties where a money exchange order is carried out. E-payment types include ACH, wire and bank transfers, cards, digital wallets, mobile pay and more. Companies have a variety of ways for paying their bills electronically.
What is an e-payment account?
An e-payment account is a bank account, usually a checking account, which serves primarily for electronic money exchanges with no need of paper. E-cash is a form of electronic payment system, in which a certain amount of money is stored on the customer’s device and made accessible for online transactions, usually small ones.
What is virtual payment system?
Virtual Payment Address, also referred as VPA, is something like an email-ID, which is given to an individual using the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) service to send or receive money. With UPI, fund transfers can be initiated without IFSC code or bank account number.