More than 36 million Brazilian shoppers already bought from international sites with EBANX
It's time to conquer the largest online market in Latin America and become the first mover in the region.
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Brazilian Market Particularities
The country's official currency is the Brazilian Real.
of all credit card transactions in Brazil are made with installments.
USD 12 billion
in ecommerce sales in 2017 alone.
Make your business grow in the country that processed USD 12 billion in ecommerce in 2017
Expand your business without leaving your office
Sell to your customers in BRL and receive settlement in USD.
Local Card Processing with Installments
Only 19% of transactions in ecommerce are made with international credit cards. EBANX gives you access to all of the market.
Customer Services 24/7 in Portuguese
Less than 3% of brazilians speak fluent english. Our portuguese-speaking customer services team helps your customers have a better experience.
Installments, a part of the Brazilian culture
Brazilians are used to pay for their purchases splitting-up the payment in up to 12 monthly-installments. EBANX enable your customers to use interest-free installments, and you to receive the payment money all at once.
Reach 100% of Brazilian Online Shoppers with Local Payment Methods
Offer Brazilian customers different online payment options and make it easier for them to shop from your website.
Brazilian shoppers are used to paying for their online purchases with Boleto Bancário, a voucher that can be paid physically in more than 200 thousand establishments in cash or through online banking.
Brazilian Credit and Debit Cards
Not all Brazilian cards are enabled to make international purchases. With EBANX local processing, accept all domestic and international cards in Brazil.
Online Bank Transfer (TEF)
A mix of local methods, including online transfers, associated to Brazil’s largest banks, and the EBANX Instant Pay, an EBANX App with more than 2 million Latin American users ready to shop from you.
Ready to start selling in Brazil with local payment methods?