Payins

dLocal helps merchants accept payments in emerging countries, by supporting all the local payment methods available in each region including:

  • International and local credit/debit cards

  • Bank Transfers

  • E-wallets

  • Direct debit

  • Cash payments.

Credit Card Payments

PCI Compliance

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of security standards designed to ensure that ALL companies that accept, process, store or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment. To learn more about PCI DSS compliance, visit this FAQ, or visit the official PCI website.

Is your business Full PCI DSS compliant?

If you are already PCI DSS compliant, we recommend you send dLocal the payment information directly server-to-server. Learn about our Payins API here:

If your company is not Full PCI DSS compliant, you will not be able to handle credit card information on your servers. dLocal's Smart Fields solves this problem, by letting you accept credit card payments right from your website, without worrying about PCI compliance. Learn more about Smart Fields here:

Installments

Monthly installments are part of the daily life of consumers in emerging markets, especially in LATAM. This option comes with zero financial risk for merchants who accept local cards and has shown to increase average sales by as much as 40%.

Learn more about how to accept installments here:

Alternative Payment Methods

Besides credit cards, dLocal also accepts payments via a variety of other payment methods, such as:

  • Bank Transfers

  • E-wallets

  • Direct debit

  • Cash payments.

Learn more about the payment methods available in each country here: