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Ukash announces Polish distribution partnership with PayUp

06 February 2014  |  1891 views  |  0 Source: Ukash

Ukash, the global cash payments provider, is sustaining its commitment to expansion across Europe as it announces a new partnership in Poland.

Working with PayUp, a leading provider of mobile top-up, financial and payment services through convenient retail outlets, cash consumers will be able to purchase Ukash from PayUp's 5,000+ locations across Poland in order to shop, pay and play online.

Ukash is a safe and secure payment method which enables consumers to spend cash online by exchanging notes and coins for a voucher in convenience outlets such as shops, petrol stations and kiosks. Ukash is accepted across many online sectors, including retail, gift cards, dating and gaming, and can be used to pay at thousands of websites worldwide.

"We are delighted to be working with PayUp, as its established network of locations strengthens our expansion in Poland," said David Hunter, Chief Executive Officer of Ukash. "We offer a very real alternative to credit or debit cards, allowing people to spend online without having to reveal their personal financial information. Ukash is the ideal solution for anyone concerned about online security or those without a bank or credit card, allowing them to pay and shop online at thousands of merchants globally.

"Through our partnership with PayUp we are introducing Ukash to consumers across Poland, enabling them to make online cash payments for a range of services and consumer goods and helping them to get the benefits of online discounts, even if they don't have a credit or debit card."

Zbigniew Furmańczak, Country Manager of PayUp Poland comments, "Online shopping is a huge growth market in Poland and our partnership with Ukash is empowering consumers by giving them access to a safe online payment system by being able to purchase Ukash vouchers at PayUp locations. By working with Ukash, PayUp continues to meet the needs of our customers, offering them more choice and flexible payment methods. Implementing Ukash is in line with PayUp's strategy to offer wide range and variable products and services with clear focus on best and fastest developing."

Ukash is regulated by the UK FCA (Financial Conduct Authority). In order to make a payment at one of the thousands of online merchants worldwide that accept Ukash as a payment method, users simply enter the unique 19 digit code that comes with each Ukash receipt.

The maximum single value allowed is 500 PLN. 

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