Simple, fast and future-proof checkout
Delight your shoppers with seamless payments and quicker refunds with Trustly online banking payments. With Trustly, your payments just flow from account to account – no cards, no app download, no registration.
What can your e-commerce business achieve with Trustly?
How does improved acquisition, increased customer loyalty and reduced admin sound for a start?
With Trustly, you can accept payments, issue payouts and access valuable user insight data. Easy activation and multi-currency functionality gives you the power to expand your business across borders with access to +525 million customers in Europe, the Americas and Australia.
“Trustly delivers on both speed and simplicity, which are two things highly valued by our customers when choosing how to pay online.”
“Trustly’s bank payment is easy to use and is embedded on our website, no redirection, just a seamless checkout experience.”
“Trustly’s payout solution is best-in-class, the ease of use and instant settlement have helped us build customer loyalty, Trustly is reliable and fast which is key for our 700.000 members.”
Take control of your ecommerce costs
In this report, we examine the most common payment-related issues European retailers face today and share a checklist for how to overcome those challenges with Online Banking Payments.
Solutions for E-commerce
Shoppers pay instantly and securely with no spending limits for high-value transactions and virtually no chargebacks for merchants. No manual input eliminates human error, reducing your admin costs and improving your cash flow.
Subscriptions & one-click payments
Trustly offers an easier way to accept recurring payments from your customers with one-click payments and subscriptions that never expire. Once your customer signs the mandate, their subscription will never be interrupted again.
Trustly takes responsibility for the entire payment flow, making refunds fast and simple. Consumers receive their refunds instantly ensuring a better experience. Merchants can initiate the process via an API call.
Pay Your Invoice
Simplify invoice payments for your customers. Customers can schedule payments and pay in instalments – enabling you to enhance your existing invoice solution and improve your customer relationships.
Rethink your refunds, perfect your payments
Every e-commerce whitepaper you’ve ever read tells the same old tired story: e-commerce is growing, and the sector is becoming increasingly competitive. The statistics may be updated, but the takeaways are always the same, leaving online retailers floundering in still water.
But this report is not like every e-commerce whitepaper you’ve ever read. Here we’ve dug deep into a part of e-commerce that’s often overlooked — payments — and have unearthed some actionable insights for online retailers that can help them to improve the shopping experience and boost customer loyalty.
Download the report to find our insights.
Open Banking explained
Ever wanted to know what Open Banking is and what it can do for your business? What does the consumer stand to gain from it? Read about all this and more.
Thinking outside the box for a better world
As our world becomes increasingly digital, consumers are demanding slicker, quicker, more personalized experiences that fit conveniently into their lifestyles. At the same time, it’s no secret that our world is facing fundamental challenges such as climate change and disruption from new technologies.
Consumer behaviour: Online shopping on Christmas Day? Brits got an early start on Boxing Day sales
Would you hit the shops in the midst of holiday celebrations? With the stores just a tap away on their smartphones, that’s the question we posed to Brits ahead of the 2021 holidays. The results showed that celebration, family time and dinner were not as sacred as in the past, with people planning to go online to shop at all times of the day.
Open Banking Payments help merchants to expand internationally
When Open Banking was introduced in the 2010s the aim was to encourage innovation in a sector that was not moving with the times. Since then, the Financial Services industry has evolved quickly to meet the increased demands of digital-savvy consumers and businesses, but one area where it falls short is cross-border payments.