Boleto Bancário, commonly known as Boleto, is a popular Brazilian cash-based payment method with 15% market share. It is also the only payment method available for the 35% of shoppers who do not have a bank account.
Payment is made with a voucher that is issued at checkout and paid at a Brazilian bank or participating shop, online with internet banking or on mobile with a banking app.
In most cases the form comes pre-filled with the customer's details.
The voucher is generated and download starts automatically.
The voucher can be paid at an ATM or in a bank, lottery store, convenience store, or supermarket.
It is also possible to pay the voucher online with internet banking. Most banking apps make it possible to scan the barcode.
Online, the customer enters the barcode taken from the voucher.
The shopper schedules the payment.
The payment receipt is generated.
The shopper chooses Boleto.
The shopper fills out personal details.
The barcode reference is issued and downloaded automatically.
Voucher is generated.
The shopper then copies the barcode and uses in their banking app.
Or the shopper pays using internet banking.
Adyen offers the following with our Boleto integration:
We charge a processing fee + payment method fee per transaction.
Commission per transaction, may differ per region.
The Adyen platform supports all key payment methods globally.