Headquartered in Lujiazui, Shanghai, iPayLinks is a leading provider of cross-border settlement services in China.
In addition to various international licenses, iPayLinks has also obtained the PCI-DSS Level-1 certificate — the most recognized certification for payment services industry. During the past several years, iPayLinks has received several rounds of funding from prominent investors such as Tencent, Legend Capital, Fenghuang Xiangrui Capital, Calsfund, and Vision Capital. Furthermore, iPayLinks was awarded in 2017 KPMG China Fintech 50; 2018 Deloitte–Huaxing Star of Tomorrow; and we won the award of "2018 Forbes China Non-listed Potential Enterprise".
iPayLinks was one of the first settlement service providers that put forward a comprehensive “three-in-one” one-stop cross-border settlement solution to customers in cross-border e-commerce and cross-border travel. Our independent website acquiring service can handle the acquiring of various common international credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, AE, Discover, JCB and many more. We can also support the localized payment methods on a global scale more than 200 regions. Our platform payout service covers the collection from Amazon, eBay, Wish, etc., and we also have created a one-stop platform collection and distribution system. Our supply chain finance products help businesses optimize their working capital turnover and ensure a peak-season stocking up.
Entered the competition for the “Most Potential Enterprises in China” by Ernst & Young and Fudan in 2017
Featured in 2017 KPMG Fintech 50
Featured in the 2018 Most Potential Non-listed Enterprises List by Forbes China
Awarded 2018 Deloitte–Huaxing Star of Tomorrow in China
Frequently covered as an excellent cross-border e- commerce service provider by leading cross-border new media outlets such as cifnews.com and Eagle & Bear Union
The highest PCI-DSS Level-1 safety certification
Visa Acquiring Qualification
Hong Kong Money Service Management (MSO) license
American financial regulatory (MSB) license
Strategic alliances with global banks and card schemes