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The key steps of payment

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


Acquiring is the final step, after acceptance and processing, in the value chain for payments. Acquiring is the secure processing of financial flows for payments, following compensation, for all forms of payment managed.

TSI makes available to you a unique, secure platform that allows you to track the status of your incoming and outgoing flows and to bring together all financial flows. Thanks to our tool, you can aggregate and centralise financial flows for forms of payment used by your customers and partners.


Easily control the receipt of your incoming payments while reducing risk and increasing your conversion rate.


12 currencies


ACCEPTED

2,2 Million


PAYMENTS RECEIVED PER YEAR ON BEHALF OF OUR MERCHANTS

Payment by card, SEPA Direct Debit, SEPA Instant, cash/YesByCash, or by a proprietary Three-party card schemes within the SEPA zone.


Multiple currencies


Fast, adjustable times for pay-out (e.g. next day)


Opening of accounts within 48 hours in simple or batch modes


Fast, automated verification and validation of compliance


Management and appropriate prevention of fraud risk for your account


Optimisation of your conversion rate with an advanced rule engine to get the best balance between risk prevention and conversion


Real-time notification for all payment flows


Automated cross-reference coding for all financial flows generated by your received payments


Management and prevention of outstanding payments according to the specific rules for each form of payment


Easy processing of failures and payment problems (cards, SEPA) and automatic triggering of additional forms of payment, like payment in cash, which is a form of payment that can't be refused.


Easy management of payments for subscription products


ACPR & ISO VISA MC approval

A payment and reporting API that is easy to integrate, dynamic merchant descriptor that is compatible with payment protocols under European standards (ISO 8583) in ‘dual’ and 'single message’ modes