Optimal Payments and Oink have announced a partnership to offer merchants using the NETBANX payment gateway as an additional payment method for teens and their families to pay and manage their money online.
“Partnering with Oink and integrating its services into our NETBANX payment gateway is an exciting addition to the diverse set of alternative payment services we offer our clients,” said Danny Chazonoff, Chief Operating Officer, Optimal Payments. “We are pleased to offer merchants across the globe, the ability to safely access new customer channels and increase revenue opportunities within the under 21 market, while also helping Oink to expand its reach internationally.”
“With over two decades of ecommerce experience, cutting-edge technology, acquirer relationships with Visa and MasterCard in Europe, and global technology partners Optimal Payments is truly a leading online payment solutions provider,” said Dr. Jo Webber, CEO & Founder, Oink. “We are excited to be partnering with the online payments expert in order to offer our award-winning payment technology for families and teens to merchants around the world.”
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