Paysera – the first licensed e-money institution in Lithuania

Special e-money institution license

Since 2012, Paysera is a licensed e-money institution with the right to execute the activity related to issuance of e-money and provision of payment services all around the European Union. The e-money institution license was issued by the Bank of Lithuania.

Money is safe

All funds transferred to your Paysera accounts are separated from the funds of the company and cannot be used for company needs, loaned or invested. All money is kept only in reliable credit institutions of the European Union.

Supervision of the Bank of Lithuania

The institution is periodically checked and audited by the Bank of Lithuania, which ensures the transparency and impeccable activity of Paysera. Official website of Bank of

International PCI DSS security certificate

The PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) certificate is an international standard of security technologies and processes. This security standard regulates the requirements for companies accepting payments with cards and processing client data. The certificate confirms that Paysera complies with all security requirements. The Paysera system has the highest level standard installed, which is used to safely perform over 6 mln card transactions a year.

Process and data protection

Client data security

Paysera is registered in the State Data Protection Inspectorate registry (registration code P3127). Client data is processed in accordance with the law of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts, as well as these Privacy Policy provisions.

Round the clock monitoring

Paysera uses a variety of systems for monitoring both operation of the system itself and operations performed by our clients.

Data are encrypted

Client's communication channel with Paysera is coded, so that no one could intercept transferred data.

Periodical scanning and audit

Paysera system is periodically scanned using the most advanced instruments, and the programming code is checked by external safety experts.

Secure connection to the system

When logging in to Paysera, make sure that you have entered the correct address with one of www.paysera.* domains. The security certificate used on the Paysera page is issued by Paysera LTD. More security criteria and recommendations can be found here.

Additional security instruments

You too can contribute to your account security by setting several security measures for login to the system and execution of transfers.

Client identification

To ensure the safety of clients' money and prevent fraudulent activity, Paysera applies the Know Your Client (KYC) principle. First and foremost, it is the request to clients to provide their personal data, answer questions related to their financial transactions, and only then – monitoring, analysing, and, in case of suspicion, undertaking relevant actions.

Compliance with Visa safety requirements

The Visa payment card complies with the highest safety requirements. The card is protected with the 3D Secure (Verified by Visa) technology which makes online purchases even safer.
Our team of developers work continuously to keep client information secure. At the same time, we understand important role that security researchers and our user community play in helping to keep clients data secure. If you discover a site or product vulnerability, please notify us using the Bug Bounty Programme guidelines.