With the new countries added, UseMyServices now extends it’s real-time online banking payment services for ecommerce purchases to 29 countries through it’s flagship product, UseMyFunds.
“Since 2002, we’ve provided online consumers a safe and practical way to purchase online using their own bank account, rather than a credit card” stated CEO Joseph Iuso. “Our continued growth lets our merchants expand their
online businesses to new markets without increasing their risk.”
The new countries are: Boznia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and Slovakia. The complete list of all 29 countries can be seen at https://www.usemyservices.com/current-country-banks
“These are countries that are experiencing a great deal of online growth ,” commented Melody Wigdahl, VP, Merchant Services. “We have had many requests from our current merchants to expand our coverage in this region, so we are very excited about the growth potential this expansion represents for both UseMyServices and for our merchants.”
Since launching in 2002, UseMyServices continues to be a leading provider of online bank payment solutions for ecommerce. It’s proprietary technology offers the security of online banking with the ease of a simple checkout process to allow online purchases to be completed quickly and effortlessly, while providing a 99.999999% Good Funds Model for the merchant. Available to more than 80% of the online banking customers in 29 countries, UseMyServices welcomes queries from PSPS, ISOs and Resellers.
For more information, please visit us at http://www.usemyservices.com.
About the Author: Melody Wigdahl
Melody Wigdahl is a 25 year veteran of the payments industry, and has been an international ECommerce specialist since 1993. For the last decade, her primary focus as been the area of alternative payments.
Melody has been with UseMyServices since 2003, and enjoys the challenges of being involved with cutting edge technology on a daily basis.
Melody also currently acts as Editor for OnlinePaymentNews.com.