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The key steps of payment

1 - ACCEPTANCE
2 - PROCESSING
3 - ACQUIRING
Service de paiement


Acceptance is the first step in payment value chain, before processing and acquiring. It involves the set-up and management of the visible payment interaction with your customers. Acceptance creates the user experience for the act of payment and is therefore determined by the choices made during the integration of forms of payment into the purchase channel.



Manage and improve the customer experience by incorporating their payment habits. We cover 100% of forms of payment used, including cash.

16 Million


PEOPLE PER YEAR USE OUR MEANS OF PAYMENT ACCEPTANCE

200,000


POINTS OF ACCEPTANCE IN EUROPE



Accept the most-used form of payment in Europe: payment by card (781 million cards in circulation in Europe)

Conversion is optimized by implementing a seamless graphic integration of the payment page and by choosing the payments methods adapted to your business model and your customers.



One-click payment



multiple-instalment payment



choice of delay between authorization and capture



3DS applied selectively



recurring payment/subscription



Pro-Active Support in tackling payment failures

Our API complies with PCI DSS Level 1 rules, is developer friendly and easy to integrate

KEEP CONTROL OF YOUR PAYMENT TUNNEL

integration is simple and in a few clicks, TSI provides you with a reliable and scalable API, designed to adapt perfectly to your graphic environment. TSI supports you at each stage of integration.

Accept SEPA forms of payment adapted to a subscription model, SEPA Direct Debit, and soon SEPA Instant payments.

sepa

TSI accepts forms of payment by bank transfer, i.e. direct debit within the entire Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA).

Manage recurring payments for your European customers

Increase the length of your relationship with customers

Increase your sales in Europe by adapting accepted forms of payment to local habits

Outsource management and electronic mandate signatures for SDD

Our API is compatible with SEPA rules and offers you a developer space that enables simple, fast integration.

Reach consumers that don't want to use traditional forms of online payment thanks to a form of payment in cash for e-commerce. It's automated, easy to use, and already available in France: it's called YesByCash.

138 million consumers in Europe do not have a bank account or card


especes


Easy customer process: options of physical locations for payment



Personalised support at each step



E-commerce site notified in real time



Customer support available throughout the offline and online, cross-channel payment process



Extra revenue



no outstanding payments because it's a form of payment that can't be refused



easy, free integration



Billing only for sales that have already been paid for

TSI makes an API that is very easy to integrate available to you in the form of a service that is a mix of e-reservation and payment return notification. Integration can be completed in just a few clicks, versus the more complicated integration of card or SEPA payments.

YesByCash is a form of payment in cash that reduces customer attrition and increases conversion among new customers, particularly those that tend to be averse to using conventional forms of payment for e-commerce.

YesByCash is the only form of payment that allows you to engage the 10% of the population that doesn't use conventional forms of online payment (source: FEVAD). It is a form of payment that can't be refused and that can be used for any kind of e-commerce order. YesByCash allows you to offer an effective solution for the failures of all other types of payment accepted for e-commerce.

Payment in cash with YesByCash follows these steps:

1



ONLINE ORDER


Your customer places an online order with YesByCash on your website.

2



RECEIPT OF ID


The customer receives the ID that holds all their order information.

3



MERCHANT SCAN


At local points of sale, the merchant scans their ID

4



PAYMENT APPROVAL


The customer pays for their purchase in cash and receives a receipt. Their order is dispatched.