Ecommpay works with PayPal to enable subscription payments

End-to-end payments platform, Ecommpay, has added a new feature that will allow merchants to collect recurring PayPal payments from customers alongside subscription card payments and direct debits which they have been using to date. The new feature will serve merchants with subscription-based business models, which are selling a product or a service on a recurring basis, such as meal kit delivery services, pay TV, and beauty boxes.

There has been a growing demand from Ecommpay’s clients to introduce a feature to allow them to process recurring payments, providing an additional revenue stream for these merchants. 

From piloting PayPal Complete Payments to offering PayPal Express Checkout and PayPal Pay Later1, the addition of PayPal subscriptions further reinforces Ecommpay’s long-time collaboration with PayPal. 

Keen to expand the company’s already extensive list of payment methods as well as take advantage of all the capabilities offered by PayPal, the additional feature has already been implemented for Ecommpay’s existing customers and is ready to use. 

Merchants can effortlessly handle all subscriptions from their PayPal dashboard with full control and visibility over billing cycles, amounts, and customer information, and the ability to make changes, track payment history, and handle cancellations seamlessly. 

Arthur Ribakovs, Head of Financial Partnerships at Ecommpay said: 

“Our priority is always to make online payments as smooth as possible to allow our clients to grow their businesses, so we’re excited to be offering these capabilities for one of the most popular digital wallets. 

“This is the next step in strengthening our strategic relationship with PayPal and allowing us to assist more merchants whose business model is based on subscriptions.”

Vincent Belloc, Senior Vice President for PayPal UK said: 

“We’re delighted to provide added value and opportunities to Ecommpay’s clients. Small businesses face a myriad of challenges from finding new customers and managing cash flow to driving sales. Putting the customer preference at the heart of the payment and providing shoppers more choice in how they can pay can help turn prospects into customers and grow sales.” 

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