Zara picks dLocal to support ecommerce operations in Uruguay and Paraguay

Thursday 27 August 2020 12:41 CET | News

dLocal has announced that it is supporting Zara’s ecommerce operations in Uruguay and Paraguay through the use of its payments platform. 

According to the press release, by leveraging dLocal’s 360 payments platform, Zara will be able to accept local credit card payments with the option of monthly instalments. The solution allows customers to pay with both international and locally issued credit cards from Mastercard, Visa, and American Express, as well as other domestic cards such as OCA in Uruguay.

Local card acquiring is part of dLocal’s Payins solution that allows merchants to collect payments from their customers in emerging markets in their respective local currency. The major benefit for the merchant is the access to a variety of local payment methods as well as the possibility to receive funds in USD, EUR, or any other currency within the countries dLocal operates in. 

Therefore, with only a single integration to dLocal’s platform, the solution enables any merchant to immediately expand to all of the following 19 emerging markets:

  • Latin America: Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay;

  • Africa: Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa;

  • Asia: Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Turkey.

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Keywords: dLocal, Zara, ecommerce, Uruguay, Paraguay, payments platform, local payments, credit card payments, instalments, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, OCA, merchants, emerging markets, local currency
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: Paraguay, Uruguay
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Payments & Commerce