Truust – A single platform for all of your smart payments

Create a platform flexible enough to cover every client’s needs but standard enough to be easily adapted and affordable for many kinds of businesses.

The client

Truust is a smart payment platform created by Marketpay. With this solution, many kinds of digital businesses – from shared economy to ecommerce – can manage their payments with all the flexibility they didn’t have before with traditional banking.

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The challenge

Create a platform flexible enough to cover every client’s needs but standard enough to be easily adapted and affordable for many kinds of businesses.
And, at the same time, offer smart payment solutions that any new digital business might need.

The solution

An easy-to-integrate, customizable platform for making smart payments. For this reason, Truust currently allows:

  • Escrow payments: we add a layer of security to the shared economy and only disburse funds once the goods or service have been delivered. This makes it possible to buy and sell all over the world with the security that escrow payments offer.
  • Split payments: a system that drastically reduces operating costs, since it automates split payments and, at the same time, makes movements easy to track and control.
  • Pay By Link: easily create a link that clients can use to pay. They can make the payment with a simple click of a button. With this solution, there are endless possibilities: e-invoices, ecommerce or shoppable social channels.

Plus, it’s a secure, quick and flexible solution. With the Know Your Customer (KYC) integration, all the anti-money laundering requirements are met.

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