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Etsy expands its payments services to seven new markets

Thursday 6 August 2020 11:24 CET | News

US-based ecommerce website Etsy has launched its payments platform in Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, South Africa, Turkey, and the Philippines.

According to EcommerceBytes, the programme is currently mandatory in the US and other markets. Sellers from countries where Etsy Payments is available were already required to enroll. Moreover, the company plans to roll out Etsy Payments in at least three more markets in 2020.

Furthermore, sellers who enroll in Etsy Payments are enabled to offer multiple payment options. Therefore, when a buyer comes to a shop that offers Etsy Payments, they can securely pay how they want, including payment methods such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal, Etsy Gift Cards, and all major credit card networks. 

Additionally, sales made through Etsy Payments are eligible for Etsy’s Seller Protection Policy, which supports sellers when an issue with a buyer is initiated. Also, sellers are allowed to manage all their Etsy shop’s financial information in one place, while benefiting from fast and flexible deposits, EcommerceBytes reported. 

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Categories: Payments & Commerce | Ecommerce
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