PayAABB, is a crypto payment gateway developed by Asia Broadband, Inc. (OTC:AABB). The platform was built to connect you with the rest of the AABB solutions and provide a highly lucrative tool for both businesses and consumers.
PayAABB supports over 400 digital coins for both online and offline transactions, enables cross-border payments and facilitates instant transactions. The platform boasts a 99.95% security rate, with SSL certification, Google 2FA/Google Authenticator and additional encryption security features developed by AABB.
1. Creating Your Account
Go to the PayAABB website and click the “LOGIN” button.
- Signing Up As A Merchant
Look for the “Sign Up as a Merchant” link and click on it.
Fill in the required information, such as email address, and password. Make sure to choose a strong password that you can remember easily. If you have been referred to the platform, enter the Referrer ID in the field shown.
Verify your email address by clicking the link in the email sent to the email address you used to register your account.
1.2. Here’s Your Account
Log into your new account using your email address/username and the password you created.
Congratulations, you have successfully set up your PayAABB account!
You can now start using the platform to send and receive payments, manage your finances, and much more.
2. Adding Your Store
Go to “Stores”, shown in the left menu. On the top right of the page, click the “Create” button to start creating your store.
Choose a name for your Store.
Select ‘Merchant Tools’: API or Point of Sale.
Select ‘Product Price Currency Type’. This is the type of default currency that will be shown to users when they are reviewing the product.
2.1. Selecting Your Preferred Cryptocurrencies
Choose the cryptocurrencies that you want to receive as payment for purchases made by customers.
2.2. Your List Of Stores
You can see all of your businesses in the ‘Store List’ of the “Stores” menu page.
2.3. Sales Via API Option
This User Interface is if you selected API as a “Merchant Tool”. Click on your store. Inside your store, you can see three buttons in the sub-menu: 1) “Sales via API” found at the top left of the page in the sub-menu, 2) “Payments” found in the middle sub-menu, and 3) “Unidentified Payments” found in the right sub-menu. The ‘Sales via API’ page shows all of your setup APIs, ‘Payments’ shows payments made, and ‘Unidentified Payments’ are payments you need to manually review.
2.4 Point Of Sales
This User Interface is if you selected Point of Sales as a “Merchant Tool”. Inside your Store, you can see three buttons in the sub-menu. 1) “Point of Sales” found at the top left of the page in the sub-menu, 2) “Payments” found in the middle sub-menu, and 3) “Unidentified Payments” found in the right sub-menu. At the top right of the page, you will also see a “Create QR” button.
2.4.1. Creating A QR Code For Your Point Of Sale
Press “Create QR”.
Fill the form: Enter the ‘Payment Currency Type’, what the ‘Sale Price in USD’ is, and the ‘Sale Order ID’. Then, press “Create QR Point of Sale”
2.4.2. How A QR Code Looks Like
The QR code is ready and your customer can now make a payment for your service via the QR Code or via the Receive Address shown beneath the generated QR Code.
2.5. Transaction Log
All the details of any payments made to you are available in your ‘Store’. The ‘Point of Sale’ page shows all of your setup PoS QR Codes, ‘Payments’ shows payments made, and ‘Unidentified Payments’ are payments you need to manually review.
The “Wallet” menu shows all the wallet accounts that you have open and the amount of cryptocurrency you have.
3.1. Transaction Fees
Click “Fees” to see the transaction fee percentage relating to that currency, with the amount of the fee payment made.
3.2. Gas Fee Accounts
Click “Gas Fee Accounts” to see the list of protocols that require a certain amount of funds to be allocated to compensate for the gas fee. Add the required amount of tokens/coins to compensate for the required blockchain gas payment. It is required to cover the gas fee in order to be able to make transactions in the blockchain. On the right, you are able to see a Destination Tag (if applicable) and also the QR Code for that Receive Address.
4. KYC Verification Process
To open a PayAABB personal or business account, you need to complete the KYC verification process. Most nations’ local government requires users to go through a KYC/KYB, therefore we have it as a standard process. We request you to complete the KYC form once when creating an account, and another time once a year to keep the required information up-to-date. Your KYC information is encrypted and is only accessible by the company’s Compliance Officer.
Select the type of account you want to verify, either a “Personal” or “Business” account. Enter the required information, such as your full name, date of birth, and contact details.
4.1. Entering The Required Information
4.2. Providing A Government-Issued ID
Provide a valid government-issued ID, such as a passport or driver’s license, as proof of identity.
4.3. Uploading A Proof Of Address
Provide a recent utility bill or bank statement as proof of address.
4.4. Providing Additional Documentation
If you are verifying a business account, you may need to provide additional documentation such as business registration, tax ID numbers, and company financial statements.
5. Support Page
This “Support” menu is where you go to if you have a question or need any kind of assistance. We do our best to answer any submissions as quickly as we can. Usual response times are between 6 hours to 24 hours from date of submission, depending on time of submission and the queue. If its during the weekend, then the response time may be slightly longer.
5.1. Creating A Support Ticket
Press “Create” to submit a support ticket. There, enter the subject of your concern, and a lengthy, detailed description of your situation. The more information provided, the better. Providing short descriptions will lead to us asking many questions to try to figure out your current situation, therefore please make the submissions detailed. If necessary, you can also add an image in jpg/jpeg.
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