Less than a week after announcing it is now offering several new alternative payment options in the UK, online payment processing provider Allied Wallet announced more payment options for Ireland. The company added Paysafecard, Boleto Bancário, SEPA Credit Transfer, and SEPA Direct Debit to its NextGen Payment Gateway to reportedly better serve the needs and preferences of its users.
As previously reported, Allied Wallet describes itself as a global leader in online credit card processing/payment processing, multi-currency merchant services, digital eWallet solutions, software development, and a provider of a PCI Level 1 payment gateway. The company now supports several “pay by bank” applications including Trustly and SOFORT as well as several other payment methods including PayPoint, SEQR, and Paysafecard.
“Alternative payment options such as Trustly and SOFORT offer the banked population a safe means for shopping online and these applications allow shoppers to select their bank upon checkout and use their banking details to finalize their purchases.”
Speaking about the product expansion in Ireland, Allied Wallet CEO, Andy Khawaja, added:
“Ireland’s e-commerce market is growing without a doubt, and people are using online shopping as a means to get new, imported items. People love fashion. It’s Ireland’s leading product category, accounting for nearly a billion dollars of the market share. We want to provide people the best way to pay for their items, and we want to protect business owners and customers alike as e-commerce continues to grow.”