GlobePay, a digital cross-border payments provider, has made Alipay and WeChat Pay available to UK merchants on WooCommerce, Magento and OpenCart. Setting up China-friendly payment methods on your e-commerce website is essential given the size of China’s consumer base. GlobePay’s plugins are perfect for UK merchants entering the Chinese market for the first time. Simply integrate the plugin into your e-commerce site and boost your attractiveness to Chinese consumers, who wish to pay with familiar Chinese payment methods.
To use GlobePay’s plugins and enable Alipay and WeChat Pay on your e-commerce website, UK companies must first contact us and submit an application for our cross-border payment services. The onboarding process only takes several days. GlobePay offers 24/7 technical support to potential and existing partners to help our clients expand into the Chinese market worry-free.
Alipay is the most popular e-wallet in Asia and facilitates millions of payments everyday in China. With Alipay, users can make transactions in seconds to buy food, clothing or pay rent. There are multiple online and offline Alipay payment methods, e.g. quick pay, QR code scan and online API for checkout.
WeChat Pay is the second most popular e-wallet in China. Since WeChat is China’s most popular social media platform, WeChat Pay users range from all walks of life. The most common uses for WeChat Pay are booking a hotel, paying for transport and restuarants.
92% of the urban Chinese population use a combination of these e-wallets for daily transactions. To cover your store on a majority of Chinese customers, integrating both is key step to gaining a loyal customer base.
For more information on Alipay and WeChat Pay in the UK, please contact us via email (email@example.com). Please click here to apply now for Chinese cross-border payments.
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