The WorldPay payment processing platform is used for in-person credit and debit transactions, online and mobile payments. Oink’s relationship with WorldPay will bring the safe youth payments technology to the WorldPay merchant network and facilitate integrations into teen focused retail websites and shops.
“Integrating Oink into our payment processing offerings is a great addition to the current services that WorldPay offers,” said Tony Catalfano, President and CEO, WorldPay US. “We’re excited to work with Oink, bringing their COPPA-compliant solution to our clients worldwide and expanding their revenue opportunities within the teen market.”
“WorldPay is an excellent partner for Oink,” said Dr. Jo Webber, CEO & Founder of Oink. “Their expertise with in-person, online and mobile payments fits our strategy perfectly, and we’re excited to reach their merchant base with our safe youth transactions solution.”
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