PayDunya is an enterprise that provides payment solutions. This company allows African Companies to incorporate a method of making payments on their website. Consumers can freely make transactions from the frequently used means of payment. Particularly mobile money, money transfer services and bank cards are made a lesser hustle via PayDunya. PayDunya works as a third party whereby they make the connections. The connections made are between the e-business or its clients for the payment of a service or property on the internet.
To form a PayDunya business account:
- Visit their website .Alternatively you can download the PayDunya app.
- A valid email address, the name of the company, the account type, telephone number are among requirements needed. Once you provide all these ,Create a password.
- Terms and conditions provided should be read and understood.
- Upon agreement with the terms, go ahead and click the accept button. It is at the bottom of the terms. Click create my account later on.
The Startup was launched in November 2015.MainTech products in PayDunya include: API, Click and Pay.
API consents to payments from all of the PayDunya wallet partners in West Africa. These are inclusive of the Credit /Debit cards. API is available for websites and mobile applications. The API is applicable Websites made in Java, PHP, Word press, Word Commence, Presta Shop, Ruby, Python, Node JS, NET and WHMCS. Clients can pay or receive payment without the need of a PayDunya account. What is needed is having money in your mobile wallet .If not, one is required to be near a cashpoint whereby you can do the transaction.
Click and Pay is also known as CnP.Individuals are allowed to send and receive payments via social media networks. You can as well make private sales without the need of having their own websites. The system offers people an opportunity to generate a web link .It functions as a presentation of the product or service and a page for payment. Users can send or share this link through email, mobile text or social media. Invoices or requests for payment can be sent by the users. This is via the startup’s built in invoicing service called Payment Demand or Damp.
DmP payment request gives clients an opportunity to bill for products and services. Notifications are sent to costumers once you send an invoice. Payment in installments is agreed upon. PayDunya PAL is an online platform that allows customers to make payments via web.
PayDunya has been in operation for a year. Fifteen websites are using this service with fifty in the pipeline. Orange Money works with PayDunya in Senegal. PayDunya funds itself and has been nominated for the FINTECH Africa Awards. The Company’s focuses on local partnerships and establish PayDunya in African Countries.