Forex companies select Decta as a supplier of end-to-end payment solution
Many well-known Forex companies continue to rely on Decta`s payment solutions for making both deposits and withdrawals.
According to the latest Triennial Central Bank Survey of Foreign Exchange and Derivatives Market Activity, Forex market volume in 2016 reached an average of $5.1 trillion exchanged per day, and to date it is the largest and the most actively traded of any global market.
Numbers of forex traders rise continuously, as Forex companies develop strategies aimed at increasing customer retention, thereby securing improved revenues and profitability.
Making deposits or receiving funds via card must be a customer-centric process, enabling fast and easy operation, with excellent service, high-level security and convenience.
Decta is a one-source provider enabling simplified mutual settlements between Forex companies and traders, making this process even more comfortable. With one card, Decta offers fast deposits and withdrawals that conform to strict identification regulations in accordance with KYC (Know Your Customer) guidelines, as well as Master Card/Visa standards.
Decta`s comprehensive solution is designed to deliver real customer value by offering functionality for online payments packaged with professional support, alongside an individual settlement model to suit customer choices. For Forex customers, Decta offers a flexible pricing model and individual settlement schedule; empowering their businesses to run the best way possible - without delays, at a faster pace.
“Always striving to ensure our customers` satisfaction, Decta now unveils its comprehensive suite of features, to embrace the full spectrum of online payments, creating complex and competitive solutions to fit any business model and all our customers` needs,” says Mark Andreev, CEO at Decta. "We are honoured by the high level of trust and confidence placed in Decta by our customers. We hope that our future collaboration will unlock new opportunities for their business growth.”