Virtual Piggy, Inc. has announced that it has entered into a Joint Marketing Agreement with ClickandBuy, a major payment systems on the internet. The partnership aims to increase customer signups, conversions and sales.
“Virtual Piggy, in partnership with ClickandBuy, will now enable the parents of so many Under 18’s to open the internet to their children to make their own purchases. Therefore, the commercial benefits that this opportunity brings to both parties are very obvious,” said Paul Marcantonio, Director at ClickandBuy. “Under 18’s will now be able to go online and make purchases themselves within a safe and parent controlled environment using the secure ClickandBuy solution.”
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