2. WHAT IS ELECTRONIC PAYMENT
Electronic payment is the process where customers make
payments by using electronic methods.
E-commerce sites use electronic
payment, where electronic payment
refers to paperless monetary
Digital Payments in India to grow
to 71.7% of all payment transactions
by 2025: Report
3. PAYMENT GATEWAY
A payment gateway is an online payments’ service that, when
integrated with the e-commerce platform, is devised as the
channel to make and receive payments.
A payment gateway should offer numerous benefits, namely,
quick settlement of payments, the hassle-free flow of
transactions, secure transaction, various payment options,
great customer experience and a superb overall experience
5. PROS AND CONS OF USING AN E-
Quick and Convenient
Ease of Use
Expenses control for
The need for internet
The lack of anonymity
6. TYPES OF E-PAYMENT SYSTEM
1. CREDIT CARD
Payment using credit card is one of most common mode of
Credit card is small plastic card
with a unique number attached
with an account.
When a customer purchases a product via credit card,
credit card issuer bank pays on behalf of the customer and
customer has a certain time period after which he/she can
pay the credit card bill.
7. 2. DEBIT CARD
Debit card, like credit card, is a
small plastic card with a unique
number mapped with the bank
The amount gets deducted from the card's bank account
immediately and there should be sufficient balance in the
bank account for the transaction to get completed.
Cards are currently the most-used payment method for
online shopping in India, representing 29 percent of
transactions, or $10.6 billion in sales.
8. 3. SMART CARD
Smart card has a
small microprocessor chip
embedded in it. It has the
capacity to store a customer’s work-related and/or
personal information. Smart cards are also used to store
money and the amount gets deducted after every
Smart cards can only be accessed using a PIN that every
customer is assigned with. Mondex and Visa Cash cards
are examples of smart cards.
9. 4. E - WALLETS
E-wallet is a type of
pre-paid account in
which a user can store
his/her money for any
future online transaction.
An E-wallet is protected with a password. With the help of
an E-wallet, one can make payments for groceries, online
purchases, and flight tickets, among others.
Popular E - wallets are - Paytm, Google Pay, Amazon Pay,
JIO Money, Freecharge, Yono SBI, Airtel Money, Payzapp.
10. 4. GIFT CARDS
A gift card is a prepaid
card often used as a
marketing tool by
These are generally purchased by customers for gifting
purposes. The receiver may redeem the gift card amount
on their purchase from the said ecommerce store.
Amazon is the most popular
gift card followed by cards
from Visa, Walmart , Target