paysafecard.com has announced it has continued to expand into new markets by moving into Peru and Uruguay.
By moving into Peru and Uruguay, the two countries are now joined by two growing economies exhibiting the optimal conditions for prepaid online payments. This follows a strategy of developing existing markets in tandem with entering prospering new markets.
Udo Müller, CEO of paysafecard.com, said: “As Latin American countries, Peru and Uruguay offer both optimal conditions and enormous potential for our product. It is for these reasons that we are hugely excited about taking this step. It is against this backdrop and with strong local partners that we continue to grow as world market leader in a deliberate fashion. Our ambitious expansion plans will follow the opening up of these two countries with further new markets, and will soon see us present across the breadth of Latin America.”
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