Euopean prepaid payment provider paysafecard group, has launched its new product “my paysafecard” in two more countries. With the launch in Switzerland and Luxembourg, the coverage of the European market is almost completed. Customers across Europe now have the option to manage all their PINs in one account which gives users a full overview of the current balance and all transactions.
Making a payment online is becoming easier and safer than ever before: Instead of having to enter individual PINs, customers can use “my paysafecard” to pay quickly and easily by using a unique user name and password. The system automatically combines the paysafecard PINs for each payment, ensuring that the remaining credit on the paysafecard PINs is always used up. The registration process, which is free of charge, is simple as it only requires an email account and a mobile phone number. paysafecard PINs can still be used without the new online account.
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