We all know that forex trading has a reputation for being a high-risk business. Since many forex business owners provide their services without a license it casts a shadow over the entire industry.
It is difficult for this type of business to obtain a license due to the constantly tightening regulation by supervisory authorities.
But we at PayDo have a solution.
PayDo offers opening a merchant account for forex and crypto business in USD, EUR, GBP, and RUB for accepting card payments from individuals;
European IBAN account for non-European residents. Both personal IBAN and Shared one;
Dynamic currency conversion. Conversion takes place in real-time at the current rate of the issuing bank;
Remote opening of a bank account without unnecessary paper routine and visits to the bank;
And of course one of the most important struggles of high-risk businesses is money withdrawals.
PayDo provides withdrawals to a card of any bank in the world as well as mass withdrawals.
The security of transactions is ensured by modern anti-fraud systems, which practically reduce the number of chargebacks to zero. If the chargeback occurs - our specialists take responsibility for resolving disputes.
Our company is under the supervision of the FCA - the UK's international regulator. It means that the company's activities are completely transparent and partnering with us is safe and reliable.
For the participants of the forum, we are ready to discuss individual conditions.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via PM.
We are always happy to hear from you.
Good afternoon everyone!
Happy to inform that now available a new feature - opening an e-wallet account with an opportunity to transfer money using 200 currencies.Our support team is always open to your questions: https://www.paydo.com/contact-us
Have a great day!
We would like to announce the possibility to accept payments on your website with the feature Quick Checkout without the additional creation of a Merchant account. We will be happy to answer your questions here:
An IBAN is an International Bank Account Number.
It’s used in 77 countries, and is supposed to facilitate international transactions.
Other than Europe and some other countries, the major players — The U.S, China, Canada, Japan, South Africa, Australia, the Philippines — do not use them.
So they don’t really facilitate a lot of international commerce.
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