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Mission Statement
PayGate Kenya is an international payment gateway, that facilitates uptime, secure online card payments. Your customers are able to pay for your goods and services with their debit and/or credit cards 24/7 at the comfort of their offices and homes. our mission is to facilitate easier payments for our clients services, by providing IT infrastructure that brings card payment into an online platform in the East African region

Visit their site: www.paygatekenya.com

HeadQuarters: 18 koinange street
Organization Contacts
  • Title/Division: customer relations
  • Telephone: 0720259047
  • Contact Person/Office: Evans
  • Address: langatta
  • Email: evans@paygatekenya.com

PayGate Kenya

Organization Details

PayGate Kenya is a sister company to PayGate (SA) which is a leading payment gateway based in South Africa with a presence in other African countries including Mozambique, Mauritius, Nigeria and Botswana. We currently service over 8,000 merchants spread across these markets.

PayGate (SA) has been offering credit and debit card processing services to ecommerce merchants for over 10 years and has developed products and payment services , suited for various industries.

PayGate Kenya is a dedicated Payment Gateway for domestic and global payments among other financial products. These include worldwide credit and debit cards, regional cards, direct debit, bank transfer and electronic checks to manage payments activity throughout the entire payment pipeline.   

PayGate’s excellent levels of payment processing services for both the card present and online transactions are user friendly, convenient, secure and cost effective.

PayGate Kenya offers similar payment solutions to the local market that have been customized to meet the unique needs of  local businesses

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