Setting up effective payment gateways
A conventional business account in your local currency at a conventional bank in your country is not enough if you work internationally. Such banks can be expensive to maintain a business account, and if clients abroad want to send you money, either in your local currency or in foreign currency, the charges can be high for both the client and yourself. Luckily, there are plenty of alternatives you may use in addition to your conventional bank account.
Learn what alternative payment options are available in the market, their advantages and disadvantages, and select the ones most suitable to your needs.
About the course
Who is this course for?
This course is for new and seasoned translators who wish to offer their clients multiple payment options in many currencies, whilst simultaneously reducing their banking expenses.
What will I learn?
During this course, you will learn:
- Why multi-currency accounts might be necessary.
- What alternative payment solutions are available in the market.
- What advantages and disadvantages the respective alternative payment solutions may have.
How much time do I need to invest?
This course has been designed for busy people such as students or linguists. A couple of hours are enough to review the material several times. I know you are busy and have limited time, so I have kept all information concise, crisp and clear.
Will I receive a certificate upon completion?
Yes, you will receive an electronic certificate in PDF format.
Whom do I contact if I have questions?
How can I pay for my course?
You can pay either by credit/debit card or PayPal. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you wish to pay by bank transfer or via any other method. If you have trouble booking your course, please get in touch to resolve any technical problems.
You will receive a payment receipt immediately upon registration. You will also be sent an invoice, but as this is not issued automatically, it may take one or two days before you receive it.