We’ve focused on the features that matter and made them work briliantly – so you can spend more time running your business and less time chasing your tail.
How Latipay works
sending invoices, ecommerce purchases, instore payments
With a Latipay account, you can choose to send invoices in Chinese to your Chinese customers.
Your customers then pay that invoice online using an e-wallet or online banking.
Our Chinese bank receives the payment information from the customer’s bank.
We create a currency conversion and send the money to you from a local account.
The payment lands in your Latipay wallet instantly, and in the currency you prefer.
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Latipay supports China’s biggest ewallets and online banks:
Realtime payment transfer
Chinese payments land in your local account in real time – not days later. Plus, we’ll take care of the currency conversion for you.
Create, send and track invoices
Send beautifully designed, email invoices to your customers and we will translate the important bits for your into Chinese.
Latipay’s API makes connecting your shopping cart a breeze. Plus, we’ve created a plug-ins for popular ecommerce platforms like Shopify, Magneto and WooCommerce.
We’re ready and able to help you set up your account, find missing payments and trouble shoot any untimely problems.
Ewallet and Chinese bank integration
With Latipay, you can give your Chinese customers payment gateways that they want to use- which means more conversions and fewer abandoned carts.
Accept WeChat Pay transactions in-store through our app. There’s nothing tricky to set up, just log into your Latipay account through the app and you’re ready to go.
Your details and payment history and money are kept secure from go to woah. We are continually testing our platform to ensure our security is the best in class.
Track your wallet balance, payment history, invoices and withdrawals at a glance.
You can create multiple wallets for your account. That means you can split your online payments from your invoices, or on store from another. Whatever suits you best.