Over 17,000 businesses trust Paystack. Here’s why.
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Whether you’re a school administrator, or building school management platforms for educational institutions, Paystack has everything you need to manage payments
Give your customers the gift of modern, frictionless, painless payments. Integrate Paystack once and let your customers pay you however they want.
We automatically route payments through the most optimal channels, ensuring the highest transaction success rates in the market.
Paystack’s combination of automated and manual fraud systems protect you from fraudulent transactions and associated chargeback claims.
Over 17,000 businesses trust Paystack to power payments. Here's what some of them have to say.
Before Paystack, reconciliation was a big issue and the process used to take weeks. With Paystack, reconciliation is very fast, simple, and easy.
Integrating Paystack was very easy, the code was simple, we didn't have to call or speak to anyone at the Paystack office, and it only took an hour.
Some customers are unwilling or unable to make card payments. Thankfully, Paystack supports both card payments and payments with bank account number.
Receive payments automatically in your corporate bank account within 24 hours.
The traditional chargeback process can be slow and expensive. Paystack is the only payment gateway that lets you manage chargebacks efficiently from your Dashboard.
Export your payments data however you went, whenever you want.
Paystack provides detailed reporting, alerts, and exports, so you and your team are always on top of business.
Large volume merchants receive a dedicated Relationship Manager able to support in a vast range of ways. Your Relationship Manager will:
Paystack is one of Nigeria’s largest payments startups, processing nearly 20% of all online transactions in Africa’s largest economy