Easy Taxi and payleven have announced a partnership to enable passengers in Brazil to pay for their taxi by using in-app card payments.
All Customers need to do is enter their credit card details once on the Easy Taxi app, the details are then securely transmitted to and stored in payleven’s payment system. Once stored, passengers can use these payment details for all upcoming taxi rides.
“The partnership with payleven provides another great benefit for our customers. Cashless payments via cards make the Easy Taxi app even more attractive, combining a fast and convenient user experience with the highest security levels.” Said Tallis Gomes, Co-CEO and founder of Easy Taxi.
“The partnership with Easy Taxi forms a great use case for in-app payments. After being first to market with our Chip & PIN card reader in 2013, we are now entering the next level, where payleven is an enabler for app creators. This will further broaden the reach of payleven in the market.” Added Konstantin Wolff, CMO and founder of payleven.
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