Simplifying & Standardizing Global Trade Finance

Target audience: nations.

PayServices enables countries to increase their treasury revenues while elevating the living standards of the population; lowering the barrier of entry for small to medium businesses to join the global economy.

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Sample of projected revenue increase

based on self-reported numbers from the World Bank & other international institutions once that those countries implement PayServices' platform.

$2.5B

per year


Benin

$2.5B

per year


Bolivia

$33.9B

per year


Brazil

$0.9B

per year


Burkina Faso

$3.5B

per year


Côte d'Ivoire

$25.1B

per year


DRC

$11.3B

per year


Ecuador

$0.9B

per year


El Salvador

$3.5B

per year


Ghana

$4B

per year


Mozambique

$2.3B

per year


Namibia

$24.8B

per year


Nigeria

$7.1B

per year


Peru

$48.5B

per year


Spain

$1.7B

per year


Zambia

$2.7B

per year


Zimbabwe

*The numbers have to be considered as a relation of the size of the economy. They are proportional. A lower number does not mean that the country is doing better than others.

PayServices is the Tesla of Banking

We are a technology company regulated as a financial institution with its own financial institution licenses. This unique relationship allows us to bring the best of both worlds under one company: PayServices.

PayServices standardizes Global Trade Finance

PayServices standardizes Global Trade Finance

Today's global trade environment carries a lot of barriers, especially for small to medium businesses, because there is no connection between the wallet and the operations.

In other words: there is a lack of standardization and digitalization of trade and compliance related data. As a result, in today's silo environment, transactions take an enormous amount of time to complete because the parties along the supply chain must constantly resubmit the same information.

This manner of working allows for mistakes and/or manipulations of information.

PayServices brings the world together

by linking the wallet to the operations.


Currently the banks only know some information about one end of the transaction - their account holder. Global trade relies on trustability and the banks to enable the transactions to complete.

The lack of visibility from the bank's perspective limits or delays the trust because of the lack of relationship with the financial institution. PayServices brings a platform that unites all parties to enable an instant relationship based on standardized granular data that can be verified.

PayServices brings the world together

Simplicity of implementation and institutional support

Similar to SWIFT's model, nations are not buying a product, they are joining a global network.


PayServices only focuses on nations that are ready, willing and able to provide their full institutional support to implement PayServices' platform. There is no investment requirement because PayServices' model allows for an affordable and competitive convenience fee paid by the merchants to cover the operational expenses when they collect receivables, similar to a credit card.

The platform, due to its unique model, is not competing with existing financial institutions and/or freight forwarders in the market. On the contrary, the platform facilitates and helps expedite the processing, accuracy, standardization and compliance of the transactions. The system is easy to join by all involved parties.

Simplicity of implementation and institutional support

Accurate tariffs collection

based on the true value of the goods, and not solely on the self-reported invoice value.


The most basic and oversimplified example of a misreporting is a merchant selling for 100,000 but only declaring 40,000. The government only has visibility on the 40,000. With the PayServices platform, the government views the full amount as a result of the technology that allows to attach the full documentation, including the invoice, to the actual monetary transactions on both ends internationally (buyer and seller full transparency whereas today, the customs only see one end).

Additionally: PayServices' Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology continuously works behind the scenes to compare values and identify inaccuracies or discrepancies that will set off an alarm for further inspections.

Accurate tariffs collection

Why being a financial institution makes a unique impact

 Why being a financial institution makes a unique impact

Technology companies and financial institutions are typically lacking the synergies required for granular integration. This has resulted in every party across a supply chain to operate systems in silos. PayServices has developed an ecosystem bringing synergies between technology and the financial institutions. Banks only see the payment. When looking at a bank statement, all it shows is that money left the account. There is no further details as to the what, who, where, how, when, why.

PayServices developed a unique system that provides the granularity and visibility that is necessary to standardize and provide trustability for the transactions. Moreover, for the accurate and timely collection of the tariffs due via a split-billing technology that allows to seamlessly collect and deposit in realtime to the assigned accounts.

PayServices is not a lender

because our business model is specific to payments in global trade.

PayServices is not a lender

Traditionally, banks are lenders. This means that banks use the deposits of their customers to lend those and invest them in financial products. PayServices has a unique model where it generates income to cover its operational expenses only from a reasonable convenience fee for the service that is collected at the time of payment, similarly to the tariffs. If the transaction does not go through, neither will the convenience fee be charged and there is no cost to maintaining or having an account.

As a financial institution, PayServices does not touch the deposits of its customers but only transmit them between parties based on terms and conditions set by the parties involved. This unique business model allows for a very secure environment where 100% of deposits within the platform are always available for withdrawal in realtime.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

Sustainable Development Goals

PayServices allows countries to automatically set a proportion of their added tariffs collected to be assigned to a designated fund with the sole purpose to invest in the environment. For example: forestry, oceans, welfare, infrastructure projects, etc.

About PayServices

PayServices is a US-based financial institution developing state of the art technological solutions in the CyberSecurity space and the banking industry, more specifically the Global Trade. For more information, visit the PayServices.com
website.