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Accept International Payments seamlessly with BenePay

Explore limitless possibilities of international commerce with BenePay's cutting-edge International Payments feature. Break free from geographical constraints and simply accept payments worldwide with real-time currency conversion.

Let your business soar as you collect invoices from anywhere across the globe, providing customers with a diverse range of payment methods such as cards, wallets, and local bank accounts.


A World of Payment Options at Your Fingertips

Control your international transactions with a choice of payment methods (cards or local bank accounts), choose from over 100 supported currencies, enabling your customers to select their preferred payment method with ease. Bid farewell to the complexities of currency conversion, as BenePay handles the process in real-time, ensuring competitive foreign exchange rates.

Competitive Pricing and Best-in-Class Service

BenePay's International Payments feature comes with competitive pricing, providing a superior alternative to traditional banking offerings. Experience a seamless integration into your existing processes, eliminating the need for extensive changes while ensuring a smooth and uninterrupted flow of funds.

Streamlined Operations for Global Success

BenePay integrates seamlessly with your existing operations. Enjoy a platform designed to cater to your unique business needs, providing not only the essential FIRC reports but also additional information required for your export proceeds.

How international local account collection works?

You can let your global customers pay within their country itself avoiding international payment charges. We offer you a local account in each of the currencies making entire collection quicker, cheaper, and secure. You will be credited the full amount on the next working day itself. Your FIRC (Foreign Inward Remittance Certificate) is shared immediately upon credit.
For small and Medium companies, we offer the best FX conversion charges than any of your banks.

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