Subscription billing provider Vindicia has expanded its payments options with paysafecard group’s payment solution paysafecard. As a result, online merchants using Vindicia CashBox platform will be able to accept the popular prepaid product paysafecard for digital goods and services.
“At Vindicia, we are always expanding our online payments solutions for global merchants to better acquire new consumers,” said Gene Hoffman, CEO and Founder of Vindicia. “paysafecard makes online purchasing easy for consumers. Customers don’t need a bank account, and they don’t have to use their credit cards online if they don’t feel safe to do so. All that is required to make a payment is the unique 16 digit PIN that comes with each paysafecard.”
“With its partner network, its portfolio and an established market leadership in subscription billing, Vindicia is the ideal partner for us to help us strengthening our footprint in the US,” said Michael Mueller, CEO of paysafecard group. “One of our key targets in 2013 is to widen our activities in industries where we already have a presence, and we are confident that Vindicia will help us to achieve this goal in the US market.”
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