26 November 2014

EcoPayz launches virtual card in the UK

26 March 2014  |  907 views  |  0 Source: ecoPayz

EcoPayz, a leading global payments solutions provider has announced the launch of its one-use payment card allowing consumers to securely pay for goods online and over the phone.

The new ecoVirtualcard can be immediately acquired and used to spend around the world wherever MasterCard® is accepted. With the ability to run the card independent of the customer's bank account, the card offers maximum security and privacy - and expires once used, ensuring it can never be lost or stolen.

The competitively priced virtual card is already being hailed as the best alternative to similar products offered by banks, and owners of the card have ambitious plans for its future adoption around the globe. With the card available in GBP, USD and Euros and support staff fluent in 7 different languages the card is swiftly attracting a global customer base. It is particularly attractive to those who wouldn't otherwise qualify for a traditional bank account (as credit checks aren't necessary), and don't want to miss out on the increasing number of online-only deals currently offered by retailers.

Phil Davies, Managing Director of PSI-PAY Ltd commented: "take up has been phenomenal and we're delighted with customer feedback which has so far indicated that this is one of the safest, most economical and versatile product on offer. We have spent a year developing this product and each step of the way we have consulted the very people that we have designed it for. We wanted to get it absolutely right rather than being yet another virtual card out there and I'm proud to say we have achieved that".

Previously hesitant shoppers citing security fears as a barrier to online shopping are now also being drawn to the card, which is expected to further increase and diversify its customer base over the next 12 months. 

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