Ukash signs deals in Russia and the Ukraine

Source: Ukash

Ukash, the world's largest prepaid cash-issuing estate, has announced the continued expansion of its issuing network in Russia and the Ukraine following strategic partnerships with three leading e-wallet providers,, RBK Money and LiqPA

As a result of these new deals:

  • Consumers can log-in at, the world's first and largest instant e-currency exchanger, and select Ukash vouchers in any value from 10.00€ to 500.00€. Customers can then choose to exchange a number of currencies including Webmoney, Yandex.Money, RBKMoney and others.
  • RBK Money customers can put funds into their secure wallet using a number of different local and international payment methods. Now they are able to use their wallet to order a Ukash voucher in any value from 10.00€ to 500.00€.Mobile customers can access the innovative new LiqPAY service in the Ukraine, which make Ukash vouchers available on mobile phones anywhere, any time. Vouchers are simply ordered online, paid for from the LiqPAY balance and sent to the mobile phone as a SMS.

Users are simply issued with a unique 19-digit Ukash voucher code, which can be combined, split and converted to shop online without fear of online fraud - providing customers around the world with a safe, secure, financially anonymous way to shop, pay and play online.

While much of Ukash's recent global expansion has been in North and South America and Australasia, Ukash has continued to intensify activity in its European markets, which have been very successful for the company over the last few years.

Commenting on the company's latest deals, Mark Chirnside, Chief Executive Officer, Ukash, said: "Our European business has always been strong and we have forged many significant partnerships that have allowed us to expand our footprint and provide a broader range of customers with Ukash. We are pleased to be working with these exciting companies in Russia and the Ukraine, which will provide us with the opportunity to improve the service we operate in Eastern Europe, and as our presence in these markets continues to grow we will be looking at other new possibilities for Ukash there as we look to enhance our market share."

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