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We are a comprehensive end-to-end payment processor for your online business and a digital bank.
We are based in London, England.
A payment processor is a firm that settles transactions on behalf of a merchant by transmitting data between the customer, merchant, issuing bank and acquiring bank. If you want to accept payments, you will need to partner with a processor.
An acquiring bank, sometimes simply referred to as an ‘acquirer’, is a financial institution that processes scheme branded credit and debit cards on behalf of a merchant.
We are a global solution that can process card payments for firms based in the United Kingdom anywhere in the world…
We can process in 100+ different currencies. Contact our Sales Team for more information.
We can process Visa & Mastercard.
We can work with high risk merchants. We apply a risk-based approach in assessing our merchant applications and will process for any business that sit within our risk appetite. Please contact our Support Team for more information.
Yes, we can provide merchant accounts for merchants that deliver goods via dropshipping.
Yes, we do support merchant accounts for online dating services.
Pixxles is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as an Authorised E-Money Institution under reference number 927960.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) regarding data protection and privacy. It also addresses the transfer of personal data outside the EU and EEA areas.
A billing descriptor is the identifier on a customer’s financial statement that identifies the merchant responsible for a transaction.
Your Pixxles billing descriptor consists of your website or company name and your phone number, with a maximum length of 25 characters. The billing descriptor we generate for you will be as close to your website name as possible to ensure your customers recognise the transaction on their bank statement, reducing the risk of a chargeback.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance refers to the technical and operational standards that businesses must adhere to in order to ensure that the data provided by cardholders is protected.
A Card Verification Value (CVV) number is the 3 or 4 digit number on the signature strip of a credit or debit card used to verify that you have access to physical or virtual card, thereby reducing the likelihood of fraud. CVV2 numbers are a 2nd generation process that makes the number harder to guess.
Pixxles can integrate with many popular shopping carts, with the list always growing! This currently includes:
And many more!
Don’t forget that we help with the integration process to get you online with Pixxles as quickly as possible. Contact our Sales Team for more information.
Yes. By using a currency converter on your website to ensure you are settling in the currency of the issuing bank, you significantly increase the likelihood of the transaction being accepted.
Yes, Pixxles can support recurring payments.
Absolutely. The Pixxles Integration Team can help you do so during the integration process.
Yes, your website needs to be SSL secure to use Pixxles as it’s required to accept payment information.
We can provide a virtual terminal so you may process manual payments online.
Pixxles assesses each business on a per case basis to ensure that the pricing is tailored to the provided business model. Contact our Sales Team for more information.
See our guide to popular payment terms by clicking here.