Judopay introduces Mastercard ‘click to pay’

UK-headquartered mobile payments platform Judopay is partnering with Mastercard to offer its SCA compliant ‘click to pay’ solution to customers.

Mastercard’s Click to Pay is designed for consumers paying online via apps and mobile devices. Through the solution, customers can pay on a website or app even if they have not visited it before by accessing the click to pay account.

The company said that card details are protected through tokensation, which allows payments to be completed without the merchant having to access the consumer’s personal information.

This means that customers do not need to enter in their card details, name, email address or billing details to complete a purchase, and instead use the details that are already stored in their Click to Pay to pay account.

“The new digital age spawns a fresh set of players who are keen to co-create and innovate on our network,” said Scott Abrahams, senior vice president, business development, Mastercard UK & Ireland. “Therefore, providing a single point of entry to technology, products and partnerships, as well as flexibility, is the company's priority.

“Mastercard has been actively expanding its platform capabilities through the Mastercard Developers portfolio, adding a multitude of differentiated services to power new ways to pay, enhance the customer experience and infuse trust across the payments ecosystem.”

Judopay's chief executive, Jeremy Nicholds, commented: "With people getting fully accustomed to using their mobile devices to pay when out and about, for both hygienic benefits and convenience, partnering with Mastercard to enable a Click to Pay solution makes sense as a next step in our relationship. It will be a key strategic partnership as we grow our business across a range of different markets and head into an increasingly digital future."

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