As a result, Spindle will provide a highly customised mobile commerce solution via the RentPaidOnline portal, accommodating the complex roster of variables required to fulfill rental payments. Through this new alliance, RentPaidOnline will leverage Spindle’s Payment Services Provider (PSP) capabilities to streamline the rental payments process and manage risk.
“We’re pleased to be working with RentPaidOnline.com, and we look forward to providing a comprehensive solution that will support property managers and provide a great service for renters,” said Bill Clark, CEO at Spindle. “RentPaidOnline.com offers its customers a compelling solution that streamlines the payment acceptance process. Our combined ability to accommodate the array of requirements inherent in rental payments will help RentPaidOnline.com to improve rent collection efficiency and increase satisfaction for renters and landlords.”
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