QIWI, a Russian electronic payment systems provider, is partnering with DinoDirect.com, a cross-border online store, to expand its QIWI Wallet payment system in China, reports The Paypers. QIWI provides money transfers, virtual Visa card and gift cards, press subscription, lotteries, transport tickets and microfinance. The service is available via a number of different interfaces such as terminal web, mobile applications, SMS commands and social network applications. The company’s electronic wallet payment system, launched in 2007, allows customers to make payments online for utilities, mobile phone bills, internet, online purchases and bank loans.
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QIWI collaborates with DinoDirect.com to expand in China
Expanding QIWI Wallet payment system in China
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