LATAM Payments Landscape: Mastering the Most Used Alternative Payment Methods
Latin America (LATAM)
Michel Golffed and Federico Mazzoli -- dLocal
Mar 13, 2019
In Latin America, just over half of consumers prefer to pay using local payment cards, with cash representing nearly one-third and international credit cards and bank transfers comprising the remaining share. This webinar looks at eCommerce payment method proportions in Mexico and seven South American countries, focusing on key local payment options and how online retailers can leverage them. Payment methods discussed include Boleto Bancário in Brazil, Oxxo in Mexico, RapiPago and PagoFacil in Argentina, cash methods in Colombia, and WebPay and ServiPag in Chile. An extensive Q&A period is also included as part of the broadcast.
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