Conotoxia Pay with 15 more banks for Pay-By-Link transfers
Online money transfers, one of the most popular payment methods at Conotoxia Pay, can now be used by customers of another 15 banks. Conotoxia's own payment system expands the range of Pay-By-Link transfers.
Whenever shopping in the Internet stores, using online transfers within Conotoxia Pay, customers are automatically redirected to their bank's website. They do not have to enter the amount, account number or recipient details. All the data in the online transfer are completed – simply they accept the transaction.
Since now, customers of the following banks can use online transfers, i.e. Pay-By-Link payments in Conotoxia Pay: Santander Bank Polska, ING Bank Slaski, Millennium Bank, Citi Handlowy, Getin Bank, Noble Bank, Credit Agricole, Nest Bank, Plus Bank, BOS Bank, Bank Nowy BFG, Bank Pocztowy, Envelo Bank, SGB-Bank and Cooperative Bank in Brodnica.
"The feature was already available to customers of PKO BP, Inteligo, Pekao Bank, mBank, BNP Paribas, Alior Bank and Idea Bank, so now the majority of those buying using Conotoxia Pay can use online transfers. Now it is time for further expansion and next steps in the development of our own payment system," says Piotr Kicinski, Vice-President of Cinkciarz.pl, a company belonging to Conotoxia Holding.
Shoppers using Conotoxia Pay have an extensive selection of currencies at hand – a total of 28. Conotoxia's offer for business is especially appreciated by stores, which have customers from different countries wishing to pay with their local currency. Thanks to Conotoxia Pay, the store can still receive payments in the currency of its choice (e.g. in EUR) while giving its customers the possibility to pay in the currency of their card or bank account – e.g. in Hungarian forints.
Among the payment methods already available in Conotoxia Pay, in addition to Pay-By-Link, are Google Pay, Visa and MasterCard, Trustly, POLi, iDEAL, UnionPay International or BLIK. The fintech also plans to enable payments via PayPal as well as Apple Pay soon.
Payment services are provided by Conotoxia Sp. z o.o., with Polish Financial Supervision Authority licence no. 30/2015.