ePrime Global and TAS Link have announced a partnership to help merchants make selling in Eastern Europe effortless.
This partnership eliminates the concern of fraud, enabling merchants to have complete fraud and charge back protection and to receive their pay-outs in less than a week, rather than several weeks.
Valeriy Homyakov, of TAS Link, stated: “We are looking forward to working with ePrime Global. The partnership will help customers in Ukraine to make payments for their favourite services.”
Albert Donahue, Chief Executive Officer of ePrime Global, said: “TAS Link is a great partner for us for Ukraine, being the largest Internet payments provider in this region. ePrime Global merchants can now get complete fraud and chargeback protection with all payments processed in Ukraine, receiving their payouts in a matter of days instead of weeks.”
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