For you information the Danish payment gateway ePay now supports Euroline (SEB Bank) as acquirer. This means that Swedish companies, who accept payments over the internet can now save money by using ePay as their internet payment service provider.
ePay has developed an advanced payment module to Magento which can be installed easily by Magento Connect. The ePay payment module is available at Magento Connect on this link: http://www.magentocommerce.com/extension/157/epay. This module supports payments by both integrated layout and a Standard Payment Window (popup). Both solutions meet the international PCI requirements, where the critical credit card information is not transmitted to the e-commerce but directly to ePay.
An ePay / Euroline solution gives Swedish companies the ability to accept payments by following credit cards: Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, Diners Club and American Express. Even more an ePay / Euroline solution supports the international 3D secure standard for internet payments which eliminates all kind of fraud.
You probably know all about Euroline (http://www.euroline.se), which is an acquirer located in Stockholm and own by SEB Bank. Euroline handles payments from an internet payment service provider, such as ePay. You can read about the Euroline e-commerce solution here: http://www.euroline.se/int/bransch_ecom.htm. You can also find a list of supported internet payment service providers here: http://www.euroline.se/int/pdf/PCI_DSS_certified_PSPs.pdf.
The most important reason choosing an ePay / Euroline solution is the price. Even more the monthly fee for using ePay as internet payment service provider is low compared to existing internet service providers on the Swedish market. ePay offers an domestic and international package to Swedish companies accepting the card types mentioned above to a monthly price of only SEK 300,- and only SEK 2,00 per transaction (+ percentage fee to the acquirer, which in this case is Euroline).
If you think this is interesting please don’t hesitate to contact us at ePay. This can be done on or on this URL: http://www.epay.dk/main/contact.asp. The page is in Danish – but will soon be available in Swedish as well on http://www.epay.se.