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What are Embedded Payments?

For decades, payments have been the purview of large companies and payment processors. Software companies have traditionally had to rely on third-party integrations to allow their customers to accept payments using their platform, which has caused a disjointed customer experience between software and payments.

What are Embedded Payments?

For decades, payments have been the purview of large companies and payment processors. Software companies have traditionally had to rely on third-party integrations to allow their customers to accept payments using their platform, which has caused a disjointed customer experience between software and payments.

Beneficial Ownership: How Does It Affect Payment Facilitators’ Underwriting Process?

If payment facilitators were a fast food chain, the merchant experience might be their secret sauce – that special component that sets them apart from their competitors. The model is known for simplifying merchant applications and reducing unnecessary paperwork. There is a balance, however, between reducing friction and protecting the payments system from bad actors.

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What is a Payment Aggregator?

The payments industry is filled with confusing terms, many of which are used interchangeably. This confusion is compounded by the fact that the industry has changed rapidly in recent years, giving rise to new terms while others fall away.

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Protecting Your Merchant Portfolio from COVID-19 Risks

The outbreak of a global pandemic is unlike anything the payments industry has previously encountered. But that doesn’t mean the resulting threats themselves are new – simply that the risk of encountering them is dramatically heightened.

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Beneficial Ownership: How Does It Affect Payment Facilitators’ Underwriting Process?

If payment facilitators were a fast food chain, the merchant experience might be their secret sauce – that special component that sets them apart from their competitors. The model is known for simplifying merchant applications and reducing unnecessary paperwork. There is a balance, however, between reducing friction and protecting the payments system from bad actors.

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What are Embedded Payments?

For decades, payments have been the purview of large companies and payment processors. Software companies have traditionally had to rely on third-party integrations to allow their customers to accept payments using their platform, which has caused a disjointed customer experience between software and payments.

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