Limonetik is an innovative SaaS payment engine currently used by companies such as PayPal, Groupon and other Top 100 e-merchants. The company offers a frictionless solution that enables easy payment integration as it adapts payment method behavior to fit existing processes and legacy systems, making complex payment operations possible. The partnership will allow Virtual Piggy to be integrated as a payment option on to large e-commerce sites almost instantly.
Virtual Piggy is a COPPA-compliant payment technology designed to allow retailers and game publishers to reach under 18 consumers in a safe, legal and effective manner. The technology serves as a family wallet that is available online or via mobile, and is 100% free to use.
“Virtual Piggy is an innovative payment technology that we are excited to bring to our partners,” said Christophe Bourbier, Chairman & Co-Founder at Limonetik. “Their seamless COPPA-compliant technology will be valuable to many of our merchants and gateways looking to expand in the youth market.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Limonetik to expand our international reach,” said Joe Peden, General Manager EMEA at Virtual Piggy. “Our partnership will allow retailers across Europe to be able to effectively reach the valuable youth market online for the first time in a secure and legal manner.”
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