Adyen offers a variety of payment service products which include payment platforms, online payments and point of sale equipment. Below we look at reviews for the company along with the services they offer, how much they cost and other key things you need to know to help you decide which payment services provider is right for your business.
Adyen Payment Service Reviews
Below we look at reviews for Adyen from a variety of websites. Please keep in mind that these reviews are for all of Adyen’s services and so may not fully reflect their individual offerings.
- Trustpilot: 2.0 of 5 based on 40 reviews.
Adyen Payment Services Plans, Packages & Prices
Adyen offers payment platforms and online payments that allow you to:
- Accept payments from everywhere
- Helps you to expand into new markets
- Can assist in optimising revenue
- Utilise across devices
- A dedicated team of payment specialists
- Personalised checkout experience
- Accept cards, mobile wallets and more
- Helpful dashboards and reporting
- Fully certified with fraud protection
- Run subscription services
- No setup fee
- 24/7 in-house support
Adyen charges include:
- Processing fee of £0.10 on all transactions
- BACS direct debit £0.50
- Payment method fees can vary from 2.90-4.99%
- Other charges may apply
Note plans, packages and prices were all accurate at the time of publication but may have changed since then. Please check Adyen’s website for the latest information.
Adyen was founded in 2006 to fulfil the need of creating a digital payment process and supporting infrastructure that was fit for the future and ecommerce. They are now a global player in the payment processing market, and they have large capabilities which are demonstrated by some of the brands that they count as clients. Their clients include Uber, Microsoft, eBay and Booking.com.
Adyen offers a variety of payment services which includes payment platforms, online payments, point of sale equipment including in-store terminals, unified commerce and the creation of both physical and virtual cards. Through their product range, they assist their customers to unify their payment processing to manage their business and payments more effectively.
Adyen offers their customers a personalised checkout experience and an integrated web-based system that can allow you to track and report your sales across all channels – in-store, online and eBay Marketplace if you use their unified solution.
Switching To Adyen
If you want to open an account with Adyen you can either sign up for a test account on their website to explore what they have to offer, or you can contact an Adyen representative to get more details.
Additional Business Services From Adyen
Adyen offers a range of payment services which includes:
- Point of sale equipment
- Unified commerce
- Creation of physical and virtual cards
Adyen Customer Service and Complaints
You can contact the Adyen customer service team on 0203 936 4029 which is available 24/7.
You can get in contact with Adyen by:
- Calling 0203 936 4029 which is available 24/7
- Post – 10 Hills Place, 5th Floor, London W1F 7SD
Adyen Payment Services Pros/Cons
- 24/7 customer phone line
- UK office
- Able to personalise the checkout experience
- Works with large brands
- Offers a range of payment services equipment and cards
- Not many customer reviews and low scores
- Payment method fees vary so can be complex to work out charges