Payment Gateways in Argentina
PayU Latam payment gateway allows merchants to process payments in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Panama and Peru. PayU Latam is the Latin American operation of PayU Group, with additional operations in Eastern and Central Europe.
Pago Fácil is a payment gateway available in Argentina and is very popular among Argentinean merchants, both online and offline. There are around 3600 Pago Fácil outlets that are regularly visited by consumers who use them to pay bills, local taxes, grocery shopping etc. Pago Fácil enables merchants toreach Argentinean customers who prefer to pay with their local currency.
Mercado Pago is a respected payment gateway in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela. Its a trusted name which has established itself over the years as a preferred payment gateway in Latin America. It supports all the Currencies of the respective countries where it is available.
EBANX offers complete payment solutions for the markets in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Peru & Ecuador that will enable your business to expand with the intelligence and efficiency necessary for consistent growth in Latin America. EBANX is well-trusted among our consumer base of over 25M. They practice friendly customer engagement through email reminders & social media outreach, and their customer service team is available 24/7, in Spanish, English or Portuguese.
2Checkout is a leading global payment platform that allows companies to accept online and mobile payments from buyers worldwide, with localized payment options. Capabilities include a pre-integrated payments gateway, merchant account, PCI compliance, international fraud prevention, and integration with more than 100 shopping carts.
CenPOS is a merchant-centric, end-to-end payments engine that drives enterprise-class solutions for businesses, saving them time and money, while improving their customer engagement. Their secure, cloud-based solution optimizes acceptance for all payment types across multiple channels without disrupting the merchant’s banking relationships.