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About WePay

WePay is a payment tool that allows users to instantly create accounts for anything. These accounts provide electronic billing and collection through e-checks, credit cards, and paper checks, and enable transparent spending through WePay debit cards, online bill pay, and electronic transfers.

WePay Headquarter Location

350 Convention Way Suite 200

Redwood City, California, 94063,

United States


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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned WePay in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Feb 26, 2020.

Expert Collections containing WePay

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WePay is included in 3 Expert Collections, including SMB Fintech.


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WePay Patents

WePay has filed 12 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Payment systems
  • Brisbane railway lines
  • Graphical control elements
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Payment systems, Payment service providers, Online payments, Mobile payments, Credit cards


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Payment systems, Payment service providers, Online payments, Mobile payments, Credit cards



Latest WePay News

Matchmove Acquires E-commerce Firm Shopmatic

May 23, 2022

Souteast Asian emebedded finance firm MatchMove has acquired e-commerce specialist Shopmatic in a $200 million deal. MatchMove provides enterprise customers with a set of customisable APIs which can be integrated into their app to offer own-brand digital wallets, in addition to both virtual and physical cards through Visa, Mastercard and WePay. Shopmatic offers small businesses an e-commerce presence, complete with chat, social media, a webstore and automated access to the world’s largest e-marketplaces. The combined company will enable MatchMove to provide its Banking-as-a-Service capabilities to Shopmatic’s ecosystem of over a million e-commerce SME customers, says Shailesh Naik , CEO, MatchMove. “Demand for embedded finance and e-commerce is growing extremely fast,” he says. “The acquisition provides a large user base to deploy our financial services, reaching a huge sector of the economy at scale. Enterprise customers can now completely digitalise their supply chains – providing services like supply chain lend.” The Mathmove platform comes with a virtual account, ensuring users receive their daily sales funds, improving receivables and reducing the cost cost of managing payments. The deal is the first in a series of planned acquisitions for MatchMove, which has grown its presence rapidly across Southeast Asia with customers across Singapore, India, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines and Vietnam.

  • When was WePay founded?

    WePay was founded in 2008.

  • Where is WePay's headquarters?

    WePay's headquarters is located at 350 Convention Way, Redwood City.

  • What is WePay's latest funding round?

    WePay's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did WePay raise?

    WePay raised a total of $74.17M.

  • Who are the investors of WePay?

    Investors of WePay include J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., August Capital, Highland Capital Partners, Ignition Partners, Continental Investors and 20 more.

  • Who are WePay's competitors?

    Competitors of WePay include Dwolla, Stripe, Trustly Group, Plastiq, PayPal and 10 more.

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