PAYMILL, the innovative payment service provider, is now available in Romania, Bulgaria and Gibraltar. The company gives online stores and service providers on the internet the ability to integrate common payment methods into their platform, with a particular emphasis on online card payments. PAYMILL currently operates in 37 countries all over Europe.
Mark Henkel, CEO and co-founder of PAYMILL: “The continuous expansion within Europe reinforces our leading innovative position in the European online payment market advancing our goal to enable everyone to make fast and transparent payments. In the past few years there has been a sharp rise in the number of e-commerce businesses, start-ups and especially SaaS businesses especially in the east European countries. This why there has been a strong demand in those regions in the past for an innovative service provider. With today’s launch in Romania, Bulgaria and Gibraltar, PAYMILL aims to support entrepreneurs and already existing SMEs by allowing them to add the ability to take online payments extremely quickly and more easily than has previously been possible.”
PAYMILL is the first provider to have brought a simple and user-friendly technical solution to Europe. The fast onboarding process and the transparent price, in combination with comprehensive customer support sets PAYMILL apart from other popular online payment providers.
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