Applying to become a Mollie partner is easy! Below are details on the steps you have to follow and the documents you’ll need. We also provide a few helpful tips to make sure that your partner application will be approved as quickly as possible.
Which documents do I need?
To create a Mollie account, you need the following documents:
- Business registration document from the Chamber of Commerce
- Copy of the identification document of the legal representative (UBO)
STEP 1: Create a Mollie account
To become a Mollie partner, you need a Mollie account. You can create an account here.
This process is the same for all Mollie customers.
TIP! In the third step of the registration process, you will be asked about your website profile. Here you can state that you would like to become a partner and briefly describe what you have in mind for the collaboration.
TIP! As a financial institution, we are legally required to know who we are doing business with. You should therefore make sure you complete the entire registration process, otherwise we will not be able to process your application.
STEP 2: Complete the partner form
Once you have created a Mollie account, you are ready to become a partner. To do so, you must apply by simply completing the form on the partner page. Your application will then be processed by a local partnership manager and you will typically receive a response within one business day.
TIP! To ensure that the process goes as smoothly as possible, we recommend including your Mollie ID in the description. You can find your Mollie ID in the upper left corner of your Dashboard.
A Mollie partner manager will begin reviewing your application and contact you within one business day. In the meantime, feel free to look over the useful information on our web pages, such as the overview of our integrations, details on our plugins and our API documentation.
Once your application is complete, your account will be converted into a partner account. A partner account includes the 'Reseller' feature, which is displayed in your Dashboard menu on the left. Clicking on this menu item will bring up the partner agreement. After you agree to the terms and conditions, you will be granted access to the partner portal.
See also: How can I onboard a customer?