If you are choosing your payment provider among several companies - check our features
and see the differences between Asset Payments and other services.
The routing feature allows to configure the appropriate distribution of transaction between different banks or payments methods. Transactions from a certain region, currency, amount, declined or identified as fraud by one of your acquirers can immediately be rerouted to other acquirer to provide better approval ratios and increase profit.
The Dashboard page provides useful at-a-glance information about the activity on your account.
A wide range of analytics and real-time charts provide insight into the performance of your business.
It also shows recent activity that may require you to take action, such as unanswered disputes or identity verifications.
In many cases, you can use the Dashboard to perform specific actions without needing to use the API.
Form builder lets you create impressive web forms for everything from credit card,
online invoice or secure checkout page. To make your form look as appealing possible, you can
add any elements including your logo, insert photos/videos and even customize your form style.
The translation tool helps you reach a global audience, bringing you higher conversion rate.
Online invoicing has never been easier. Asset Payments makes it easy to manage your billing and
get paid from virtually anywhere. Customers can make a payment securely in just a few clicks and you can receive
your money in minutes.
There’s no need to download invoicing software you can create and send an invoice in minutes via email or mesenger, from nearly any device. Manage everything in one place.
If you have ever sold something online, you know how difficult it is. You need to create a nice
product, website, run the promotion, find clients, sell the product, and only then you can collect money.
The last step is credit card form. People don’t tend to leave their credit card details in poorly designed form with confusing fields.
Credit card processing fees, also known as “discount rates,” are the fees a merchant pays for each
credit or debit card sale. With the fee distribution service you can pass your fees on to your customers by
including the fee into the final charge amount just moving the slider to the desired value.
Note: In some jurisdictions, charging processing fees to your customers is prohibited by law!