As a part of an ongoing project a team i’m working in had to find good payment providers that not only have an API, but also support bPay.

https://www.ezidebit.com/

Pros: Established payment provider. Comprehensive API

Cons: Can be quite expensive if income is tight.

https://assemblypayments.com/payments/accept/

Pros: Free Domestic Bank Transfer (EFT), cheaper Credit Card payments.

Cons: New startup player

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