From now on, email invoices can be paid in a single mouse click, with One Click Pay and Maestro. UnifiedPost, PaySquare and Paybox are launching this new, fast payment method in conjunction with MasterCard in the Belgium market.
The ultimate convenience of One Click Pay facilitates faster invoice payment. Energy supplier Eni Belgium is the first to offer this new payment method to its customers.
One click and it's paid
One Click Pay eliminates the need to enter reference numbers, invoice amounts and credit accounts. Only the initial email invoice needs to be paid using the debit card and the bank's card reader.
In subsequent invoices the same card information is automatically populated and encrypted, allowing the customer to make future payments quickly and securely with a single mouse click. Customers remain in control of their budget at all times by checking and approving each e-bill. Invoices are stored in PDF format in an online archive for two years.
Facilitating faster payment
The tool is suited for companies with a large number of recurring invoices, for example energy, water and telecommunications providers. With One Click Pay, businesses can simplify the invoicing processes and offer their customers ultimate payment convenience, facilitating faster payment as a result.
Retail Director Jan Dobbenie of Eni: "One Click Pay is right in line with our motto, 'simplicity in energy'. As a supplier of electricity and natural gas, we want to make a difference by offering our customers simple and innovative solutions. This new payment method is a perfect example of this."
David Dechamps, General Manager Benelux of MasterCard: "We wanted to bring a fast and easy payment solution for today's consumer which would also result in a reduction in late payments for businesses. This tool is available on the web right now but will soon be accessible on a variety of devices, including the smartphone."