How do I become a referral partner?
To become part of Octpay’s referral module, all you need to do is click on the link below REFERRAL PARTNER PROGRAM
How does the referral process work?
Once you enter into a mutual agreement with Octapay, you can start referring merchants to us. There are a couple of options through which you can refer potential merchants looking for a processing solution for their company to us.
A. Introduce your potential merchants over Skype to your dedicated Octapay account manager.
B. You will be given a dedicated application link (personal referral link) that you can send to your merchants to complete the application.
Who can I refer to?
We at Octpay are counted and trusted globally as one of the best high-risk payment processors. We accept almost all industries belonging to the high-risk category with few restricted industries like Pharma, Kratom, Child Pornography, Arms and Weapons causing destruction, and industries restricted under Visa and Mastercard Scheme.
Where can I find my referral link?
Once we engage in a mutual agreement, we at Octpay will create an account for you where you can check all the merchants you have referred to us, their transactions, etc. Also in the same account, you will have access to the referral link which you can share with your potential merchants.
Is there a way for me to track the status of my referrals?
Yes, you will have a referral account with Octapay where you can track the status of the referred merchants and their processing status.You can even view your referral commission in the same referral account which we will create for you once we have entered into a mutual agreement.
How will I get paid?
Commissions are transferred to our partners on a monthly basis. For Example- A referred merchant started using our payment solution and have started processing with us in the month of August, the election commission for the matured transactions for the month of August will be transferred to our partners in the month of September.
Is the commission I can earn limited or capped?
No. Your commission depends on the processing of your clients. So basically your commission depends on two factors, (A) number of clients you can refer to and (B) their processing volume. Just remember, if you are earning, we are earning.