Payza has announced its online payment processing and eWallet services are now available to US residents and businesses.
The new services will enable US members to send and receive payments to other Payza members from around the world in more than 20 local currencies. eWallet deposit and withdrawal options are integrated with major banking systems and credit card deposits and withdrawals are also supported.
“Studies have shown that the more payment options a merchant offers, the better their conversion rates. Our payment processing provides merchants with a fast, secure online payment alternative, giving businesses access to more customers from more countries around the world,” said Ali Nizameddine, Payza’s Executive Vice President of Global Product and Technology Strategy. “The built-in tools Payza offers will help merchants minimize fraud as well. Transactions are more secure thanks to our fully automated client verification procedures; our proprietary FraudMatrix; ongoing fraud monitoring; dispute resolution; and chargeback management.”
“Most important, in addition to providing our services at the most competitive rates in the industry, we provide outstanding customer and merchant support services, while we have a multitude of services and features, our personalized support sets us apart from other competitors.” Nizameddine added.
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