SEKUR.me has announced that consumers can now login and pay online for purchases from their phone or tablet, without typing anything. The payment process will be convenient and secure; the checkout process can be completed in seconds.
SEKUR.me is a two-factor mobile login and payment platform that eliminates the need for usernames and passwords. With the SEKUR.me app, users can purchase items, pay bills and register for events quickly and securely. Merchants can increase revenues by reducing abandoned shopping carts and credit card fraud.
“We have now cleared up one of the biggest mobile purchase bottlenecks in the marketplace,” said Jack Bicer, founder and CEO of Sekur.me, Inc. “How can you purchase a product if you’re shopping on your phone? You found the product but entering the credit card and address information is a major pain using the tiny keyboards. With mobile phone purchases still growing at an astronomical rate, we have eliminated the foremost problem stopping people from buying more using their phones. You can now purchase online without typing.”
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