Oink and Woozworld have announced a partnership to bring safe, secure payments to the popular virtual world and social network for tweens.
Woozworld is one of the premiere virtual social networks for tweens with over 25 million registered users. In the massive multiplayer virtual world, users called ‘Woozens’. Woozworld is a COPPA-compliant site that adheres to laws on the protection of children’s privacy on the Internet.
“We’re thrilled to add the Oink technology to our popular virtual world and social network for tweens,” said Simonetta Lulli, President & CEO of Woozworld. “We feel that it is a great step for our audience to start learning how to manage their own money and virtual wallet. This payment technology is specifically unique and important to us for the COPPA-compliant payment mechanism it provides while also helping to increase conversion rates and user engagement.”
“Woozworld is dedicated to creating a safe gaming environment that tweens can enjoy and parents can trust,” said Dr. Jo Webber, CEO and Founder at Oink. “We’re excited to integrate our secure, COPPA-compliant payment technology into their site to meet the needs of their growing virtual world.”
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