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  • What risk do I need to consider when investing in PayGreen?
    Investing in shares of a single company is risky. In the worst case, you can lose all the capital you invested in PayGreen. Do not invest money in this crowdfunding that you cannot afford to lose.
  • What documents do I need to look at?
    This landing page is a good starting point. For more information about this crowdfunding and PayGreen, please request our brochure. On daura.ch you can also find the participation agreement, which you have to read carefully and accept digitally before sending the investment application.
  • Who can invest?
    All users registered on "daura.ch" (platform for digital business participation) can participate in PayGreen's capital increase and invest in shares. For regulatory reasons, investors from certain countries are currently excluded.
  • What are the opportunities for me if I invest in PayGreen?
    As a PayGreen shareholder, you become a holder of securities and receive a partial right to the profits distributed by PayGreen, to the proceeds in the event of a sale or IPO of PayGreen, and depending on the amount of your investment, you may exercise your voting rights.
  • What does PayGreen do with my money?
    PayGreen already has customers, i.e. online stores that use our payment system, and receives a large number of new inquiries. Now we want and need to expand the payment system as well as our eco-balancing offering so that we can grow in the Swiss market and tackle the market entry in Germany. To do this, we need financial resources.
  • Can I meet the PayGreen team?
    We would love to hear from you. Register for one of our investor events in Zurich, Bern or Lucerne to learn more about us and directly from us. You can register for the events on our investors page.
  • How do I invest in PayGreen?
    First of all, we recommend you to request the PayGreen Crowdinvestment brochure with all documents in order to be well informed about our capital increase. Afterwards, in order to effectively subscribe shares, you need an account on the platform for corporate investment "daura.ch". The share subscription as well as further information can be found directly on daura.ch.
  • How much time do I have to invest in PayGreen?
    The technical activation of the payment method can be done independently or with one of our employees. In both cases it should not take much time, it is a simple plugin. The creation of the CO2 balance needs some information from your company. Here you need to include about two hours to prepare the information.
  • How much does PayGreen cost me?
    The CO2 analysis and the activation of the payment method are free of charge. PayGreen you pay the standard market transaction fees, which are incurred for every order with PayGreen - instead of another payment solution. The bottom line is that PayGreen should not cost you more. In fact, if you are/will be more carbon neutral, you should benefit from lower transaction fees with PayGreen and save money. Don't know if you're more carbon neutral or not yet? Don't worry. PayGreen offers you a market standard initial fee as a cost cap for at least one year. During this time, you have the option of improving your carbon footprint or taking PayGreen off your online store after one year.
  • Can PayGreen also activate other payment methods?
    PayGreen only offers its own payment methods, which can be activated in addition to the existing payment methods. PayGreen does not offer credit cards, Twint or other payment methods.
  • What is the goal of PayGreen?
    PayGreen intends to reduce CO2 emissions together with online stores and save 1 million tons of CO2 by 2028. At the same time, PayGreen wants to make it clear to consumers in online stores that if an online store does not offer PayGreen, one possible reason could be the high transaction fees due to the poor carbon footprint of the online store. Ecological online stores can save a lot of money with PayGreen and accept PayGreen safely accordingly.
  • What advantages do I have if I activate PayGreen as a payment method in my online shop?
    PayGreen and its sustainability experts provide an annual CO2 analysis of your company and your products/services free of charge. With this, you know your CO2 footprint and get tips on how you can easily reduce it. In addition, you can also save money in the form of lower transaction fees and receive a label from PayGreen without the risk of greenwashing if you become more climate neutral. This way you can attract new customers. PayGreen also publishes your successes in the fight against climate change on request.
  • Which online shops already offer PayGreen?
    Currently, online shops are constantly adding us as a payment method and having their carbon footprint determined by PayGreen. The progress in reduction with the online shops is continually published on our social media channels. A list of participating online shops with PayGreen can be found in the "Where to Buy" section.
  • What eCommerce platforms is the payment method compatible with?
    Currently, our payment solutions can be easily integrated with WooCommerce and Shopify through a plugin. PayGreen can also be integrated with other platforms through the PSP or shop system. Let us know which platform you are using and we will find a good solution.
  • Which payment methods does PayGreen already offer?
    PayGreen currently offers e-invoicing solutions (prepayment or buy-now-pay-later) that can be conveniently paid using e-banking by scanning the generated QR code. It is planned that PayGreen will also offer its own credit card solution and instant payment solution in the near future. They are currently in development.
  • Does PayGreen have a compensation function for customers?
    PayGreen focuses its climate efforts with online shops clearly on the reduction of CO2 (insetting) rather than compensation (offsetting). At the moment, PayGreen does not yet offer a function for consumers to compensate for their CO2 emissions from their purchases. PayGreen wants to increasingly transfer the responsibility for CO2 emissions to producers rather than consumers.
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