Hardcastle Restaurants, the west and south India franchisee of McDonald’s, has announced partnership with DirecPay, an online payment gateway service from TimesofMoney.
McDonald’s customers can visit the website, www.mcdelivery.co.in, and use a range of secure payment options including credit card, debit card & net banking.
Speaking of the benefits of ordering online, Ranjit Paliath,VP, Business Operations, Hardcastle Restaurants stated “Accepting payments online provides greater value to our customers. One can see the entire menu, choose from our range of products at ease and avoid wait time on calls. Additionally, customers can avail various existing offers while ordering online and can avoid the hassles of cash on delivery”.
Avijit Nanda, CEO TimesofMoney said, “At DirecPay we offer state of the art payment solutions for over 130 payment options including credit cards, debit cards and net banking transfers. We are delighted to offer our payment gateway expertise to McDonald’s for easy collection of payments made to them and are confident that this would reduce some of the challenges of cash management for McDonald’s.”
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