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UseMyFunds

UseMyServices provides an alternative payment method to online credit card payments by enabling consumer to pay for goods and services using their online banking. UseMyService allows ecommerce merchants to tap into 1.6 billion customers worldwide with access to online banking. The online shopper selects UseMyFunds as their payment method at checkout, and then pays the merchant using their online banking service. Merchants receive instant confirmation for instant shipping. UseMyServices payments are made in real time and virtually eliminate the risk associated with ACH and eChecks. Merchants that accept UseMyService online are able to reach customers who do not have credit cards or do not want to share card information over the internet. UseMyFunds Merchants pay some of the lowest fees in the industry, with no set-up fees, no monthly fees, no cancellation fees and no reporting fees. You pay only transaction fees. See below for the UseMyServices Payment Service Providers.


Optimal Payments to become Issuer of Prepaid Cards

London, Thursday August 30th, 2012 – Optimal Payments (LSE: OPAY) (“Optimal”), a leading online payments provider, announces that it is to become an issuer of prepaid cards including, as of November 1st, 2012, its own Net+ MasterCard® prepaid card.


Ukash wins Best Virtual Prepaid Programme at The Prepaid Awards 2012

LONDON | Ukash, the Global eMoney Network that allows consumers to spend their cash online, was last night awarded Best Virtual Prepaid Programme at The Prepaid Awards 2012.


Ukash

Since its launch in 2005 Ukash has become a globally-recognised payment method that enables online transactions using cash, providing freedom from credit and debit card fraud, repudiations and charge-backs, and protecting personal identity. Companies benefit from accepting Ukash because it opens up new markets to which they can sell their goods and services online. Many people don't have credit or debit cards, or even bank accounts, and some are simply reluctant to give their financial details online. Consumers around the world enjoy using Ukash because it is easy and there are no age restrictions. No credit or debit cards are needed and they don't even have to share any personal or financial details.  Consumers simply exchange cash for a unique 19-digit Ukash code, which they can then use online. The maximum single transaction amount allowed is £200 / €250 or equivalent in other currencies.


Peela

Peela is an innovative gift card solution crossing online and offline shopping experiences, adding value as a sales channel and marketing option. Peela has all prepaid card processing features, and can go from a one shot gift card to a rechargeable open or closed loop gift card for continued loyalty actions. Peela allows Brazilian consumers with no credit card to buy online and also receive loyalty programs benefits to spend both at online and offline partners. Merchants active in Brazil or looking to tap into the growing Brazilian ecommerce market, might consider to accept Peela in their webshop, besides MasterCard, Visa, Itau and Boleto Bancario. See below the Payment Service Providers that support Peela as checkout option.


Michael Mueller steps down as CEO of paysafecard

VIENNA - LONDON | Michael Mueller, co-founder and, for the last nine years, CEO of paysafecard group, has reached the decision to leave the board of the company at the end of February 2014. Udo Mueller will take over the position of CEO.


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