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Ukash partners with Singapore payments service firm YuuPay

29 August 2014  |  2005 views  |  0 Source: Ukash

Leading global online cash payment provider, Ukash, has partnered with YuuPay, the Singapore-based payment service provider.

The agreement will enable the 400+ merchants already using the YuuPay system in Asia, Australia and Europe to offer secure, safe online transactions with Ukash, enhancing their customer service proposition. 

The announcement marks the latest in the growing partner network for Ukash, increasing payment choice for consumers who shop and play online without the need for a bank account or credit card. YuuPay offers the perfect partnership to help expand and embed the firm’s presence within its key markets. 

“The Ukash brand is already well established with Asian and Australian consumers, so this new partnership with YuuPay provides a great opportunity for merchants to leverage the loyalty around our service, offering customers flexibility and security when they shop, play and pay online”, said James Allum, Chief Commercial Officer at Ukash.  

YuuPay, has been offering secure payment processing of transactions for merchants across Asia Pacific, Japan, the US and Europe. Yoav Elgrichi, CEO of YuuPay, said, “Ukash offers the perfect fit  for our customers as its universal and inclusive payment method helps consumers transact online safely and securely. Its simplicity makes it easy for consumers who don’t own a credit card or those who prefer to keep their personal information private when making online transactions”.

Ukash enables consumers to use cash to pay safely and conveniently online by exchanging notes and coins for a unique 19 digit code. Available for use across a variety of sectors, including shopping, gift cards, games, poker and bingo, Ukash is used to pay directly on thousands of websites worldwide.

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