56% of Companies Don’t Offer Shoppers Preferred Payment Methods 

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Weekly Snapshot: 56% of Companies Don’t Offer Global Shoppers Preferred Payment Methods 

Written by: Norma Gaffin

If your business is in the US, allowing online buyers to pay by debit and credit card is a no-brainer. If you didn’t, you wouldn’t have as many sales. But how does your payment offering change when you sell to international customers? 

The answer, unfortunately, is not very much. When we asked business leaders if they offer localized payment methods for shoppers, 56% said they do not. This is definitely a missed opportunity. 

Allowing buyers to pay in their preferred, local payment methods builds trust with customers and leads to increased sales conversions. That’s why BlueSnap All-in-One Payment Platform includes everything you need to offer your customers localized payments wherever they are. With a single connection, you get 100+ currencies, 110+ global payment types and popular payment methods, like digital wallets. 

Here are the full results for this week’s BlueSnap Snapshot:  

Does your company offer international customers payment methods that are specific to their country or region?

Related Resources:  

Cross-Border Digital Payments Survey