Rules of Payment Instruments
AISV or KMM card
Linking the instrument to the account
Number on the back side of the card, consisting of 8 digits, is entered into the System, in the payment instrument linking field. Then, the Paysera account to be linked and the AISV or KMM card option are selected.
In the System, the Client has a possibility to set personal limits for the linked payment instrument by logging in to their account. Limits of the Payment instrument cannot exceed the limits of the account. Limits of the payment instrument can differ in dependence on the Point of sale. Information on the limits of payment instruments in dependence on the Point of sale is provided on the account of the Client on the payment instrument linking page. This list is supplemented by Paysera LT when a new Point of sale appears.
A card must touch a card reader at the point of sale. Settlement is based on the NFC technology and does not require any additional confirmation. Up to 10 EUR per day can be spent using the card.
Car registration plates
Linking the instrument ot the account
Car plate number without spaces and dashes is entered in the System, in the payment instrument linking field. Then, a Paysera account to be linked and the car plate numbers option are selected.
Standard limits of the account are applied. If limits lower than that of the account are set for a specific payment instrument, limits of the payment instrument are applied. Limits of the Payment instrument cannot exceed the limits of the account.
A vehicle approaches a boom barrier, a camera recognizes the numbers on the license plate and raises the barrier. When the vehicle is in the parking lot, the parking fees are automatically deducted every set period of time. When leaving the parking lot, the camera recognizes the numbers again, raises the barrier and stops the deduction of the parking fees. By associating the license plate numbers with the account number, the driver agrees that no payment confirmation will be required for this type of transactions.