You can sign up for a merchant account using our online application form. Here you will find the list with all the information required to be provided with a merchant account for a regular business.
If you are running a non-Danish company, a high-risk business,or a business that requires a license granted by a state authority, read this article for more information: What information do I need to provide to get a merchant account?
You can start accepting payments 1-3 days after you have submitted your application.
If you own a business that is considered of high-risk, or just have a particular business model, we may need additional time to assess your application.
This depends on your settlement period mentioned in the merchant agreement. Our standard settlement period is weekly, in which your money is paid out on Thursdays.
Read this article for more information: When do you pay out my money?
You can be settled in the following currencies: DKK, SEK, NOK, EUR, USD or GBP.
Read this article for more information: Settlements
Put simply, you need an additional merchant account if you:
For additional help, send an e-mail to: email@example.com
You can find your merchant account number (MID) on the Settings page in the Dashboard.
The merchant account number is a 7 digit number. Example: 2000001
3-D Secure is an additional security level that protects your business from fraudulent transactions.
By using 3-D Secure, the liability for chargebacks caused by fraudulent transactions shifts from your business to the cardholder’s/customer’s bank (issuing bank).
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know why you would like to change your descriptor.
Remember that the descriptor must identify the merchant/website that initiates a transaction.
A descriptor is the text shown on a cardholder’s bank statement that describes a particular payment. The descriptor must help the cardholder identify the company/website on which the payment was made.
The merchant descriptor is defined when the merchant account is established, and is usually set as the website domain name/URL (e.g. my-shop.com).