Your customer chooses an item and decides to pay with a card.
They enter their information on an unbranded, PayPal-hosted page.
The payment is processed and your customer receives confirmation.
For higher volumes
Website Payments Pro – Hosted Solution is perfect for processing higher volumes of sales. You don’t need a merchant bank account or payment gateway and it’s fully PCI compliant to keep your costs down.
More payment types
Accept 16 currencies to help improve conversion at checkout. And Website Payments Pro – Hosted Solution comes with Virtual Terminalso you can also take payments over the phone and process fax and mail orders.
More payment types
Accept 16 currencies to help improve conversion at checkout. And Website Payments Pro – Hosted Solution comes with Virtual Terminal so you can also take payments over the phone and process fax and mail orders.
Payments in an iFrame
Your checkout is hosted in a compact payment form that can be integrated in an iFrame on your site. Customers never leave your site and your look and feel stays consistent from product selection to payment confirmation.
Get both Website Payments Pro - Hosted Solution and Virtual Terminal for just $25 a month plus transaction fees.Learn about fees
Website Payments Pro – Hosted Solution is easily integrated with dozens of popular shopping carts. Or you can visit our Developer Centre to learn about our APIs and download set-up guides.
Bundle it with Express Checkout.
If you have customers who’d prefer to pay with PayPal, bundle Website Payments Pro – Hosted Solution with Express Checkout. Customers paying with PayPal can check out in just 3 clicks on your website, helping to reduce cart abandonment.
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What's included in Website Payments Pro - Hosted Solution?
- Keep your customers on your site through checkout
- Accept credit and debit cards, and PayPal payments
- Accept up to 16 currencies
- Accept payments over the phone and mail orders with Virtual Terminal
What are the 16 currencies?