UKBullion.com, a UK-based site for buying and selling precious metals, has selected SecureTrading as its payment processer following the launch of its new website.
The deal sees SecureTrading handling every card payment processed through the site, as well as providing a comprehensive suite of counter fraud services to protect transactions.
The new website allows all purchases and sales to take place online, making it simple for users to buy and sell bullion and coins. Consumers are protected throughout the sales process, with all deliveries insured through Royal Mail while SecureTrading safeguard every online payment.
Justin Fraser, sales director at SecureTrading said: “UKBullion.com is cornering the market and their new website has really taken them to the next level. Ensuring that not only consumer confidence is maintained with quick and easy processes but also providing the right level of security that protects both UKBullion andtheir customers was critical. I’ve no doubt their new website will result in a positive impact on the company’s bottom line moving forward.”
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