V.me is a way for people to pay online, letting consumers checkout by entering a username and password. Once enrolled, consumers can manage online shopping payments anywhere that accepts V.me.
The marketing and technology integration between TigerDirect.com and Visa is one of many strides TigerDirect.com has taken to minimize payment friction, giving customers one more reason to complete their purchases with TigerDirect.com. Customers can complete their purchases in fewer steps and without ever leaving the TigerDirect.com web or mobile site, V.me helps reduce the likelihood of cart abandonment.
“We are so pleased to bring this value-added service and special savings opportunity to our customers in time for the holiday shopping season,” said Richard Leeds, Chairman and CEO of Systemax, Inc., the parent company of TigerDirect.com. “In addition to our existing customers, we’re excited that we may attract new customers who already know and trust Visa. And, $20 savings doesn’t hurt, either.”
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