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A true partner for the world of online payments.

Over 25 years ago, Worldpay became the first successful acquirer to offer a multi-currency, cross-border service. Today, we’re fully licensed for all the leading card schemes in over 130 countries worldwide. And because we’re not bank-owned, we’re able to focus only on payments – providing the best end-to-end solution for your business.

We also provide outstanding insights to further help you drive up conversion rates, and drive down processing costs. From chargebacks to risk management to acceptance/decline rates, we cover everything.

With Worldpay, you’ll enjoy all the benefits that come with our size and scale, tailored to your business needs.


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Make everywhere your market with your global acquiring partner.

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Developing the local acquiring landscape in Australia’s thriving eCommerce market

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Delivering success through local acquiring.

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Introducing our new local acquiring capability.

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Local acquiring in an emerging market.

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Local card processing in a shifting market.

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Big potential for local card processing.

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Local acquiring in an emerging economy.

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Latest case studies

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As Vanilla Air looked to become the first Japanese low-cost carrier (LCC) to have a major presence in Southeast Asia, it sought Worldpay’s global expertise in payments to support its growth into new markets such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam and the Philippines. The carrier chose Worldpay due to their unrivalled experience in payments for the airline industry.
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Comic Relief is one of the UK’s leading charities. It is famed for its annual televised events such as Red Nose Day and Sport Relief, raising millions of pounds worth of donations which generate significant transactional velocity and volumes.