Secure Payments

Our Secure Payment Methods


What is i-Pay?

i-Pay is an online payment gateway that allows instant payment on all smart mobile and desktop devices. Payments can be made via SMS, Email, QR Code or via Push Payments.


Banks Supported

Currently we can process Instant EFT when shoppers have accounts with South Africa’s six major banks in South Africa:

  • ABSA
  • FNB
  • Nedbank
  • Standard Bank
  • Capitec
  • Investec
FNB
Absa
Nedbank
Standard Bank
Capitec
Investec

Payment methods processed and supported

You can pay using your credit account. Your credit card is a physical representation/key that links to your credit account. Because i-Pay access all your accounts available on your internet banking profile, we bypass the need for a physical card and access you credit account directly.

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What is PayFast

PayFast is a payments processing service for South Africans and South African websites. We enable easy, secure and instant transfer of money between online buyers and sellers.


Banks Supported

Currently we can process Instant EFT when shoppers have accounts with South Africa’s four major banks:

  • ABSA
  • FNB
  • Nedbank
  • Standard Bank
FNB
Absa
Nedbank
Standard Bank

Payment methods processed and supported

 

  • Credit & cheque cards
    Credit cards are well known and a de facto online payment method the world round. We process local and international credit cards and cheque cards, with a variety of fraud protection mechanisms in place to protect sellers against costly chargebacks. Learn more.
  • Instant EFT
    Instant EFT enables buyers to make payments with traditional internet banking with SA’s four biggest banks. The electronic funds transfer (EFT) gets verified instantly. No two day waiting period, no proof of payment required and no disclosing of financial information. Learn more.
  • Bitcoin
    Bitcoin is an innovative digital payment method, performed over a peer-to-peer network. Sellers can now receive payment from buyers who hold Bitcoin. The seller receives payment in South African rand; the buyer simply transacts at the current rate of exchange. Learn more.

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What is EFT

Electronic funds transfer (EFT) is the electronic transfer of money from one bank account to another, either within a single financial institution or across multiple institutions, through computer-based systems and without the direct intervention of bank staff.

Banks Supported

EFT transactions can be accepted from any South African bank.