How to reduce the cost of global payment acceptance
Payment processors such as PayPal, Stripe and Amazon Pay charge merchant fees which can chip away at your profits - particularly if your ecommerce business trades internationally.
In this white paper, we'll share workarounds that can help you cut the cost of multi-currency payment acceptance, and add thousands back into your bottom line.
Download our free guide today to start saving money and improving your profit margins.
Add up to 3% back into your bottom line
Reduce PayPal fees
Prevent auto-currency conversion
Add 3% back into your bottom line
What you'll learn from this white paper
So, you're being stung by international merchant fees, and you need a way to reduce them. In this paper you'll learn:
How to reduce PayPal fees
Cut out PayPal's international merchant fees by setting up a separate business entity. It's not as hard as it sounds.
How to avoid auto-currency conversion
Sidestep high FX fees when accepting multi-currency customer payments from Stripe and Amazon Pay by avoiding auto-conversion.
How to swerve double conversion fees
Paying high FX rates when you're accept funds in multiple currencies, then again when you send funds abroad? We'll show you how to fix that.
The global business account built for eCommerce brands
Fast-growing eCommerce companies use Airwallex to grow without borders, improve their margins and streamline their finances.
Collect payments from overseas customers
Seamlessly collect funds from popular eCommerce platforms like PayPal, Shopify, Stripe, eBay, Klarna, Afterpay and more.
Save up to 3% on non-GBP expenses
Save on non-GBP expenses like Shopify, Klaviyo, Alibaba and overseas logistics providers with zero international fee debit cards.
Avoid double conversion fees
Collect and hold in 11+ currencies and make payments directly from your international balances to eliminate unnecessary FX conversions.