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Who are we? This section provides answers to everything you need to know about Brite as a company, our offerings, security and how to use our solutions.
Brite is a Swedish licensed Payment Institution and holds a license according to PSD2 2015/2366, which has been implemented into Swedish law by the Swedish Payment Service Act (2010:751). Brite is under supervision by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority and is bound by strict regulations relating to the processing of payments. In short, we are a fast, reliable, and secure way to do instant bank transfers where customers can pay and receive money from merchants directly from and to their bank account.
To use Brite, you need to visit one of our merchant's websites where you need to make a transaction. Among the different payment options, you select Brite and follow the instructions prompted on the screen. Neither registration nor software is required to complete the transaction, all you need is a valid bank account.
Brite is a Swedish licensed Payment Institution and holds a license according to PSD 2007/64/EG, which has been implemented into Swedish law by the Swedish Payment Service Act (2010:751). Brite is under supervision by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority and is bound by strict regulations relating to the processing of payments. Brite’s service increases the convenience for the end consumer when making a transaction online. When using Brite, a customer initiates the specific transaction that is then carried out by Brite in accordance with the instructions and in compliance with security standards and applicable law. Our obligations to you and the way we initiate payments and process sensitive data are explained in our user agreements. If Brite for some reason would make an error in a transaction, we have to and will compensate the affected user. Brite requires strong account authentication when initiating a transaction, i.e. a transaction cannot be made unless you as a consumer provide your online banking credentials including the two-factor authentication. These credentials are transmitted to your bank in order to execute the transaction. Your credentials are not stored anywhere and cannot be used to initiate other payments given the dynamic (one-time-off) character. We want to ensure you that Brite is just as safe as any other payment that you make. Brite complies with the same security standards, including data handling and encryption, like your bank.
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