|Free | Quote-based||Quote-based|
Payza is a global online payment platform specializing in eCommerce payment processing, corporate disbursements, and remittances for individuals and businesses.
A global payments technology company that optimizes global checkout and drives higher payment conversions by 40 percent for eCommerce merchants worldwide.
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|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
|Learn more about Payza pricing||Learn more about BlueSnap pricing|
Payza is available for Personal and Business use with no activation costs and zero annual fees. Sending money is also free. Low fees are only applied for transactions such as receiving, adding, and withdrawing funds. For an overview, here are Payza’s fees for both Personal and Business accounts:
The pricing stated is for USD transactions for reference. If you’re outside the US, you may visit Payza’s website to check the exact fees that apply to your location as it may vary.
BlueSnap offers simple pricing for its merchants. It has no setup costs or monthly fees. Instead, you only pay when you use the service. The pricing rate is simply 2.9% + 34¢ per successful charge for credit and debit cards. For the price of other payment methods, you may refer to the vendor’s pricing list.
Pricing varies based on geo and volume discounts available. Contact vendor for details.
Payza integrates with the following business systems and applications:
BlueSnap integrates with the following business systems and applications:
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You should note that while both BlueSnap and Payza may have a top quality range of features each solution may be created for a different company size. If you are studying different apps you should give some attention to a company size they are meant for. Certain functionalities could scale up with no problem for large enterprises but if you own a small or mid-sized company it’s often more sensible to avoid paying for advanced functionalities that you might never actually use.