paysafecard.com Wertkarten AG has announced it has continued its international expansion by launching its online account ‘my paysafecard’ in Croatia.
my paysafecard enables users to combine their paysafecard PINs in an online account. Instead of having to enter individual PINs when making a purchase online, the account enables customers to pay with their unique user name and password.
my paysafecard is not linked to a bank account and can be topped up by using the unique 16-digit PIN that comes with each paysafecard. The account gives customers a full overview on information such as the current account balance and transaction history at all times. The system automatically combines the paysafecard PINs for each payment, ensuring that the remaining credit on the paysafecard PINs is always used up.
Udo Müller, CEO of the paysafecard.com Wertkarten AG: “We are doing everything we can to offer my paysafecard in all countries in which paysafecard is available. By going live in Croatia, we are one step closer to achieving our goal. With the launch of my paysafecard in Croatia, consumers across the country can now also benefit from ‘my PLUS’, a loyalty programme for all customers who use my paysafecard.”
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