Category: Payment & Delivery
New regulations of the EU directive PDS2 are scheduled to come into force that will introduce permanent changes to online shopping. The regulation will start enforcing multi-factor authentication. That means, instead of only entering for instance a password when buying in an online shop, customers will often have to authenticate themselves in another way – for example via SMS.
One area of ecommerce that is currently undergoing rapid transformation is financial technology and specifically the world of online payments. In this guest article from our partner Skrill you can find out more about that.
Amazon Pay is a secure and convenient payment method that helps you as an online merchant to make payment in your shop as easy as possible. At the moment, ePages merchants can benefit from savings for the rest of the year.
When ‘digital payments’ are mentioned, many people tend to think it means online banking. It is in fact so much more and there is a lot happening with payments services in this fast-moving digital economy.
Starting with ePages version 7.4.0 / 6.17.58, a new page type called “Shipping and payment conditions" is available for your shop. We recommend using this page for providing information on shipping and payment.
The payment provider Stripe simplifies payment – for you as a merchant as well as for your customers. In this article, we explain you everything you should know about Stripe.
ePages merchants who are still using the payment method PayPal Standard should switch to PayPal Express now.
Are you already offering Amazon Payments to the visitors of your online shop? Take advantage of a great promotional campaign by Amazon Payments to save service fees* from October until the end of this year.
The convenient and secure payment method, Amazon Payments, is now available for ePages powered online shops. It is an ideal measure to win repeat customers from the popular marketplace.
Shipping options and speed of delivery are two crucial aspects for conversion in your online store. There is nothing that customers like more than free delivery. However, what’s good for them does not mean it will be good for you as the merchant. It’s important to clearly inform your costumers about your shipping terms. This information should be displayed in a way that your visitors cannot miss it: perhaps in the header with a link to a separate page or in an info box. Read on to learn more about delivery, logistics and order processing.