Knowledgebase : Business account
Yes, a transfer can by signed by two persons. Please contact the Client service department in written. We will send you a document which you will have to fill in and in the system we will set person...
Yes, you can. Settings can be adjusted by choosing _Settings > Limits, permissions, authority_ and by editing_ Additional аccess permissions_ and _Powers of attorney and payment limits_ for the sele...
Yes, you can have several accounts. In order to create an additional account for a company, please contact the client service department.
In order to grant permissions to employees of the company to manage the company account, the employees shall be registered in the system and have confirmed the identification level not lower than 3. ...
After logging in to your Paysera account at the top right corner you will see your name and surname. Here you can choose which account, company or personal, to administer.
In _Additional access permissions_ you can grant separate rights for a person to see or perform certain operations not only on the account, but also in created projects. In the settings of _Powers o...
If you work under individual activity certificate, you can collect payments to your personal account. If you would like to have an additional account, please contact the Client service department in...
If the company is not registered in Lithuania, the head of the company on his/her Paysera account has to click on the wheel cog icon at the right top corner of the page, select _Client> My documents_ ...
A company account can be opened by the head of the company on his/her account, by clicking on the wheel cog icon at the right top corner of the page, selecting _Company account_ and entering the compa...
The new head of the company has to register in Paysera system. After registering and confirming an identification level not lower than 3rd, s/he has to click on the wheel cog icon at the right top cor...
The company account can be managed by the head of the company and other employees who have been granted such rights by the head.