PayLane adds new payment methods for Polish market

Source: PayLane

The wire transfers offer has been expanded with three new payment methods: Nordea Bank (Pay with Nordea), Idea Bank and postal money order.

PayLane constructs its offer not only for global businesses, but also for those who operate locally. Thanks to PayLane, e-merchants can accept payments in 160 currencies. Since the decision to add Polish wire transfers to the offer, PayLane systematically expands the list of banks in its portfolio. Customers can choose to make a transfer from such banks as Bank Millennium, mBank, Credit Agricole, Alior Bank, MultiBank, PKO BP, Deutsche Bank, Alior Sync, Inteligo, Bank BPH (GE Capital Group), ING, KB Kredyt Bank, BZ WBK, Getin Bank. Today, the list grows longer with three additions: Nordea Bank (Pay with Nordea), Idea Bank and postal money order. The large number of banks coupled with other payment methods such as credit and debit cards or PayPal, makes it possible for the e-shop customers to find their favourite way of issuing payments.

As PayLane received the status of a Payment Institution in May 2013, it is subjected to the regulations of Polish Financial Supervision Authority. Both the merchants and their customers can be sure the wire transfers are secure. This is an important factor that can convince people uncertain of online shopping. Wire transfers are the most popular online payment method in Poland, they are also considered one of the safest methods.

"Credit cards have the possibility of chargeback, but even that can't convince Polish customers to use them. That's why we constantly expand our offer with new wire transfers. We want to provide the vastest possible portfolio of payment methods, equally fitting those who prefer traditional wire transfers and those who use credit cards," says Charles Zielinski, PayLane's Managing Director. "We are already working on adding new banks to our offer." 

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