Visa Checkout helps speed up the checkout process, transforming shoppers into buyers.
Visa Checkout provides your customers a way to confidently pay on your e-commerce site and in your app. With Visa Checkout, enrolled users don't have to fill out their credit card number or billing address, meaning they can check out in as few as two fields.
Why Visa Checkout?
For your customers, signing up is simple and secure and the button works across all devices, with any major credit or debit card. For your business, Visa Checkout is straight-forward to implement and utilizes your existing payment processes.
Visa Checkout's single sign-on makes it even easier for customers to check out, capturing sales that would otherwise be lost.
In 2015, 51% of customers were more likely to complete transactions than those who enter their card number and address.1
In 2015, there were 48% more transactions with Visa Checkout buyers across all e-commerce sites regardless of checkout option used.1
Reducing the number of form fields during checkout can help eliminate a key reason for abandonment. An estimated 27% of shoppers feel the checkout process is too long and complicated.2 Visa Checkout enrolled users can can checkout with as few as 2 form fields.
Visa Checkout momentum continues with launches in more markets, new enrollees joining, additional issuers supporting Visa Checkout, and new merchants going live.
enrolled accounts around the world.
merchants around the world.
issuers supporting Visa Checkout.
Fraud management capabilities
Visa Checkout evaluates risk at every “stage” and creates a secure foundation for a seamless shopping experience.
These enhanced security capabilities contributed in Visa Checkout’s fraud volume as a percentage of sales being 63% lower and its fraud count as a percentage of transactions being 56% lower than non-Visa Checkout volume at top Visa Checkout merchants.4
Visa Checkout uses Visa risk and authentication capabilities that evaluate risk at every stage and create a secure foundation for a seamless shopping experience.
1Source: comScore 2015 Visa Checkout study, commissioned by Visa. Based on data derived from the comScore research panel of one million U.S. PC/laptop users measuring panelists’ purchases across all e-commerce domains comparing transactions among Visa Checkout buyers versus all buyers, June-Dec. 2015. 2Source: Baymard Institute, E-Commerce Usability: Checkout, Sept. 2016. 3Source: Millward Brown Visa Checkout Customer Experience, March 2015, commissioned by Visa. Based on data from an online survey of 1,241 US consumers. 4Source: Based on Visa Checkout and VisaNet data from July 2015 to June 2016. Visa analysis of representative Visa Checkout merchants and excludes certain merchants that report their payment transactions differently between Visa Checkout and VisaNet. Merchants included in the fraud analysis make up approximately 90% of total Visa Checkout payment volume.
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