Payza, one of the largest payment platforms for e-commerce, corporate disbursement and remittances, has announced that members in the U.K. can take advantage of a host of new services and features from the company.
Consumers will be able to take advantage of a completely revamped account design that enhances Payza security and merchants will be able to use the Payza business tools including Payment Buttons, Recurring Payments, and advanced APIs.
There is a new streamlined verification process designed to make account verification for U.K. members to complete. Payza has also added a sleek new interface. Transaction buttons are now more prominent and a new member Activity Feed layout provides a snapshot of all their activities.
“The U.K. represents a huge market of sophisticated online consumers and merchants,” said Firoz Patel, Global EVP. “These new features will make Payza even more secure and easier to use, while providing access to the millions of members we have around the globe. The Payza Platform is available in nearly every country in the world through its partnership network, which means greater access for merchants and more convenience for consumers using the service.”
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