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PayPoint.net allows merchants to offer PayPal

13 May 2009  |  3755 views  |  0 Source: PayPal

Online payment provider PayPoint.net and PayPal, a leading online payment system, have announced a partnership which will allow PayPoint.net merchants to offer PayPal as an additional payment method to their customers.

Integrating PayPal Express Checkout into their websites could help PayPoint.net's 5,000 merchants generate increased sales and enhanced conversion rates.

PayPal is offered automatically to all merchants using PayPoint.net's gateway service, as an additional payment option which they can turn on or off as required. Tight integration with PayPoint.net's reporting tools will enable merchants to view PayPal transactions alongside other payment types.

PayPoint.net operates an enterprise class payment solution which is used by leading brands and start-ups alike. PayPoint.net offers organisations a fast start to trading online, supported by powerful fraud management capabilities and leading-edge security features.

Michael Norton, Managing Director of PayPoint.net, comments: "This partnership marks a significant milestone in the services that we offer and demonstrates our overriding commitment to respond to the needs of our merchants. The benefits are compelling for the merchant; including flexibility and improved customer service, as merchants pass on a richer range of payment choices to their customers. The simplicity of setting up the service is also very attractive as no development is required and no extra costs involved."

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