Actually there are few payment gateway such as:
* Google Pay
* Master Card
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PaySpacelv - International payment provider. Our company offers solutions for merchants from more than 130 countries across all business verticals. We work with startups, businesses with low credit scores, high-risk business, etc.
You may use payumoney.com gateway. Integration is not complicated.
Good Morning Rishi,
I have worked with a resource on numerous occasions who should be able to assist you with your current need. Message me and I can make the introduction between you two.
We provide complete web, e-commerce and payment gateways= solutions and would be delighted to provide you our services.
Firstly, we need to know a lot of information such as the make up of your website, your bank' specific requirements (banks have published APIs), etc. You can also use generic gateways but that really depends on your bank and whether they can (or are willing to) work with 3rd party gateways.
Secondly, do thinks about PayPal for a number of reasons as:
a) PayPal is trusted by customers so you will remove one less barrier from your clients (even though this might be a mental one).
b) PayPal accepts most credit and debit cards, as well as allowing customers to use funds directly from their bank account without parting information about their credit card. This also caters for clients who do not have credit cards.
c) PayPal allows you to operate multi currency accounts so you can charge in USD, GBP, Euro, Rupees, etc. hence making you easier to do business with
d) PayPal gateway is almost out-of-the-box. You need some integration on your website but you do not need to do much with the output. Think of a payment system as Input (your website) and Output (what your gateway sends/receives back from the bank/credit card companies). As PayPal has done all the work necessary for interfacing with banks, credit cards, etc., then you only have to work on your Input side namely your website side of things.
e) PayPal is ideal for small transactions as well as setting up subscriptions, so you can offer support subscription as well as one off payments.
The downside of PayPal is their charges but I have customers who have successfully negotiated their commission down due to their volume of business.
Lastly, you might want to put this out as a Project rather than a question on the forum so people can contact you with more specific information, pricing, etc.
In any event, please message me direct and we will be delighted to discuss your needs and provide you with a proposal including pricing.
I hope this helps.