Credit card debit payment for Mergado? From February 2, 2022, you can easily set it up
You no longer have to watch your MERGADO invoices regularly every month. Take advantage of the option to set up a direct debit from a credit card. We call it Direct debit. With it, your monthly payments for using MERGADO will be deducted automatically. Let us introduce how it works and how you set it up.
How a direct debit for MERGADO works
- We will calculate the number of your payments according to your current tariff for using MERGADO.
- Payment is deducted automatically through the secure payment gateway of GOPAY or STRIPE, which meets the highest international level of data security in the financial sector.
- Credit card information is stored as part of the direct debit.
How to set up a direct debit
- You can set it up at accounts.mergado.com.
- Go to the Payment options tab.
- You can choose from 2 payment gateways — GoPay, Stripe.
- In a few steps, you have to define several parameters and give your consent for activation.
- NOTE: As part of activating the service, you must first pay a so-called Authorization Payment, which GOPAY uses to check the card’s validity. Payment is €1 (or $1, it depends on what currency you have set up), is temporary, and will be refunded to you within three working days at the latest.
- We will inform you by e‑mail about its successful setup.
- You can view the status of your order in the Mergado Invoice Summary.
Direct debit cancelation
You can cancel the direct debit at any time without giving a reason in the Payment options section of your account. Remember that you must make this change at least three business days before you are charged.
Take advantage of the direbit debit for MERGADO. It will save you work, and you will never have to worry about billing again.
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