Oink also known as Virtual Piggy has announced that it has partnered with payment solution provider Merchant e-Solutions.
Merchant e-Solutions helps merchants accept payments anywhere in the world and easily manage them all in one platform. The Merchant e-Solutions global network processes over USD14bn in credit card transactions annually and supports 150 global currencies including all major credit cards, debit, and alternative payment solutions. Oink is the only payment technology designed to allow retailers and game publishers to reach under 21 consumers in a safe, legal and effective manner compliant with the FTC and other international regulations. The innovative technology serves as a digital family wallet that is available online or via mobile and allows safe, secure transactions – all within parental controls.
“Oink’s unique payment technology is rapidly expanding into broader markets as a payment solution for both families and merchants with a teen audience,” said Paulo Guzzo, CEO at Merchant e-Solutions. “This partnership will allow us to bring their safe, secure payment method to more merchants in more locations with a simple integration.”
“Merchant e-Solutions is a great addition to our Channel Partner Program,” said Dr. Jo Webber, CEO & Founder of Oink. “With their comprehensive payment services in multiple markets, we look forward to partnering with them as we continue to expand internationally.”
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