As PesaPal launches in Malawi this week, the Kenya-based company has its eyes set on Ghana, Nigeria and Zambia as its next launching pads.
So what is PesaPal? The company offers a payments platform which enables users to buy and sell online using M-PESA and credit cards. As a result PesaPal keeps financial records and contact information safely therefore offering members a risk free payment option.
Announcing the move on twitter, PesPal Founder and CEO Agosta Liko wrote,
The online payment system allows users to pay online for goods and services via credit cards and mobile money was founded in May 2010 and was named 2012 Forbes’ Top 20 African Startups.
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