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June 14, 2011 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Partnership enables U.S. merchants to expand globally
2011 IRCE SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SafetyPay™, a secure payment facilitator benefiting online shoppers, merchants and banks worldwide, announces its partnership with Tenn.-based BorderJump. BorderJump eliminates the complexities of cross border ecommerce through an integrated platform handling duty calculation, shipping & logistics, international payments and marketing. SafetyPay is exhibiting with BorderJump at the 2011 IRCE in San Diego at booth #1739, where representatives from both organizations will be available for demonstrations and/or meetings.
“An essential part of the strategy is to provide secure payment options. With SafetyPay in the BorderPay platform, we have an extremely localized payment option tied directly to the banks that people trust, especially in Latin America where we’re both so strong.”
SafetyPay has been selected as a preferred payment solution by BorderJump to accommodate the local currency and payment preferences of international buyers. BorderJump manages all aspects of an order from tracking, customs, payment and returns. SafetyPay enables merchants working with BorderJump to offer their international customers a way to securely pay through their local bank and currency. SafetyPay is fully integrated with BorderJump’s payment platform, BorderPay™, automatically allowing customers of integrated merchants to select SafetyPay as their payment method.
“The natural synergy between BorderJump and SafetyPay led to our partnership,” said Manuel Montero, SafetyPay (CEO). “Together, we enable U.S. merchants to expand internationally without the hassles associated with shipping and accepting payments. With our secure payment method, merchants can expand into new territories and offer goods and services to over 90 million consumers.”
“Global expansion has become a top priority for merchants. Success is directly tied to offering a seamless end-to-end experience from shopping and checkout to delivery,” said Bobby Frank, BorderJump (CEO). “An essential part of the strategy is to provide secure payment options. With SafetyPay in the BorderPay platform, we have an extremely localized payment option tied directly to the banks that people trust, especially in Latin America where we’re both so strong.”
BorderJump works with U.S. merchants to make selling to customers around the world as easy as it is at home. The company provides merchants with the tools to offer guaranteed landed product cost in their shopping carts, as well as, consolidated airfreight shipments to over 200 countries and the ability to accept payments in 165 currencies. www.borderjump.com.