The service from Russia processes payments for online transactions such as e-commerce purchases. It is offered as a payment method option alongside credit cards and other methods. It generates an invoice for a completed transaction for online delivery to the buyer. Upon transfer of funds from the buyer, the service triggers fulfillment of the purchased good or service and brokers payment to the seller. This clearinghouse function protects sellers from defaulted payments while saving buyers from the need to create payment accounts with multiple sellers all holding their personal information.
API methods support submission of a transaction for payment and delivery of an invoice to the buyer. Methods support collection of funds from buyer and distribution to seller, along with the resulting trigger to fulfill delivery of the purchased product.
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