Failsafe Payments Releases New CertoPay Module

Failsafe Payments has introduced a new payment module for Magento, a Zend-based web application for online merchants. With this payment module, merchants can work with CertoPay with no special skills and experience required.

Online PR News – 20-September-2012 – Cyprus – Failsafe Payments, an online billing company based in Cyprus, has replenished its payment system by developing the module for Magento, an ecommerce web application for creating online shops. By installing the Magento module, Failsafe Payments merchants can integrate with CertoPay processing platform and exercise its basic features and payment options. Redeeming for Magento module requires no programming skills, HTML proficiency and additional registration with other payment systems and modules. Along with CS Cart, X-Cart and CubeCart, Failsafe Payments merchants can currently use Magento as one of the modules supported by CertoPay. Due to the acceptance of the major credit card brands, the CertoPay payment platform operates on both local and international levels.

CertoPay, a Failsafe Payments payment platform, provides payment solutions with a Sponsored Merchant Account supporting the main card brands, including Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro. Enabled with a number of useful features, the CertoPay platform offers payment processing protected from unauthorized activity with up-to-date fraud screening tools, including 3-D Secure, MaxMind, iovation, a secure payment page and e-mail notification. By using the CertoPay-enabled system of effective payout planning, merchants are free to arrange their online business activity. Finally, since the CertoPay processing platform is a PCI-DSS compliant product, merchants are secured from the financial information leak and fraud.
“Failsafe Payments is currently updating the payment services for CertoPay merchants. The CertoPay processing platform is soon expected to introduce other CertoPay payment methods, including bank transfers and electronic wallets”, - the Failsafe Payments Managing Director commented.