Allied Wallet is an award-winning payment processing company with offices in London, the United States and Asia. It offers customised payment solutions to businesses of all sizes. Allied Wallet allows companies to do business in 196 countries, accepting 164 currencies globally.
Allied Wallet Credit Card Processing & Payment Services
Allied Wallet accepts all major credit and debit cards, including those listed below. It accepts payment in nearly every international currency.
- American Express
- Diners Club International
- Giro Pay
Allied Wallet Pricing & Fees
Allied Wallet’s pricing isn’t listed on its website. It does state that it the company allows merchants to accept payments at low rates starting from 1%.
To see how that compares have a look at: 2019 UK Merchant Account and Credit Card Processing Fee Comparison.
Allied Wallet Features
- Acceptance of most major credit and debit cards globally
- Process in 164 currencies
- Settle in 25 currencies
- 24/7 merchant support
- 24/7 support for business’ customers
- Free integration if needed
- Customisable fraud scrubber
- Access to user base of over 31 million eWallet holders
- PCI DSS Level One Compliance
- Integrate in 12 hours
- Robust reporting system and payment gateway
- Use as an alternative payment option for declined transactions
Allied Wallet is a privately held company with its headquarters in London, UK. It was funded and founded in 2002 by Andy Khawaja, then known as Ahmad Khawaja. Under Dr Andy Khawaja’s guidance, Allied Wallet has become a multi-billion-dollar company which is constantly receiving award nominations and wins for excellence, including having the top CEO in the world.
Dr. Khawaja believes in working closely with his staff and providing a positive work environment. He says his role as CEO “is about seeing things done correctly, ensuring that we are achieving goals and that our merchants are doing the same. The merchants must have reliable services, something that I can provide so that makes me feel proud of myself, the company and my team.”
Allied Wallet annually processes billions of dollars globally, through thousands of merchants worldwide. The company does a lot of business in the UK, Russia, China and the U.S. It has been nominated and received many awards over the years for customer service, their business models and industry innovation. 2017 saw Allied Wallet receive many awards, including: –
- Acquisition International’s Leading Investment Experts Award
- Softech International’s Excellence in Innovation Award
- Silicon Review’s one of the 50 Smartest Companies of the Year
- CIO Bulletin’s one of the 50 Best Workplaces
- Acquisition International’s CEO of the Year
- Build Infrastructure Awards – Best ePayment Services Provider
- International Finance Awards – Most Innovative Payment Gateway
Allied Wallet uses First Data for its payment processing. They have a worldwide presence across 118 countries, serving 4000 financial institutions and six million merchants. They have award winning technology which is powered by 23,000 owner-associates worldwide, allowing them to process over 2,800 transactions per second.
Over $1.9 trillion goes through them every year and they process 28% of the world’s eCommerce volume.
Allied Wallet Pros & Cons
There are very few reviews online regarding Allied Wallet. It’s difficult to come to an unbiased conclusion re the company’s pros and cons, as the few reviews that are available all mention withholding of funds.
How Does Allied Wallet Compare?
Allied Wallet doesn’t reveal any of its charges online, so it isn’t easy to compare directly with other payment gateways and merchant accounts. Go to the company’s request a quote page for a direct quote. You can also visit a comparison site such as Cardswitcher and/or read more on our merchant account comparison page.