Payoneer has announced that Google has selected Payoneer as a payments provider for Google Trusted Stores.
The Google Trusted Stores programme enables customers to identify merchants who they can trust online. The Trusted Stores badge is awarded to ecommerce sites that has demonstrate a track record of reliability and/or exceptional customer service.
“Payoneer is honoured to be selected by Google as a payments provider for the Trusted Stores programme,” said Scott Galit, CEO Payoneer. “This exciting new programme increases sales for merchants and builds confidence for consumers when making online purchases. Payoneer provides a seamless, automated payment process that meets Google’s high standards for technology, security and service, which is critical to the overall quality of the customer experience.”
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