What is Paystack?
You can accept payments in InvoiceApp using Paystack online payment gateway. Paystack is a payments platform that makes the online payments process seamless for both the consumers and the businesses they are trying to pay. PayStack is one of the leading online payment gateway in Nigeria that allows businesses to collect payments from customers using MasterCard, Visa and Verve cards anywhere in the world.
Who is integration with Paystack for?
The Paystack integration tool is for small and medium scale businesses and individual that is looking for quick and efficient ways to get paid online.
What currencies are supported by Paystack?
With Paystack, you can accept online payments in the following currencies: Nigerian Naira (NGN) and US Dollars (USD).
Is Paystack Secure?
Yes. Paystack is PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) certified. Paystack systems are audited by a Qualified Security Accessor and security is extremely important to us. All communication is conducted via HTTPS using TLS 1.2 (Transport Layer Security).
How does integration with Paystack work?
Integration with Paystack makes it easy for businesses using Invoice to accept online payments from customers. Paystack processes all transactions for you. Once you have activated Payment with Paystack from your Invoice account, you can accept payments immediately. Funds recieved are reflected on your Paystack dashboard instantly.
How can I start using Paystack?
It's easy to connect InvoiceApp + Paystack and requires absolutely zero technical experience. To start using Paystack to accept your invoice payments, you need to have a merchant account with Paystack. After signing up on Paystack, you easy connect your Paystack merchant account with your invoice account from our dashboard. To learn more about Paystack Pricing, click here to visit the Paystack website.
All transactions are processed by third-party payment providers who have their own rules and may charge extra fees. Be sure to check these details with your preferred payment processor when setting up a payment method.