Ukash has announced it is continuing its expansion into key markets, as it partners with QIWI Brazil, the cash and electronic payments provider.
Within the partnership, Ukash voucher codes will be available from 400 QIWI POS terminals in Brazil this will give Brazilian shoppers even more choice when looking for the convenience of safe online payments without the need for a bank account or credit card.
“This partnership further strengthens our global network, establishing Ukash as a flexible payment provider in Brazil and meeting the growing demand for online shopping in the region” explained Miranda McLean, Marketing Director, Ukash. “QIWI’s extensive network of terminals means we can offer Brazilian shoppers the freedom and convenience of safe online cash payments with Ukash.”
Sergio Polydoro, Commercial Director of QIWI Brazil comments, “Ukash has a strong global presence, making it a key partner for QIWI, as we continue to expand worldwide. We are keen to diversify payment options and our partnership with Ukash supports our focus on enhancing the customer journey. We’re seeing a growth in online shopping in Brazil and Ukash has a strong reputation with consumers, due to brand partnerships with MasterCard and MoneyGram. This makes Ukash a strong addition to our current suite of payment options, as a name Brazilian’s can trust.”
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