PXP Financial announced that it has joined forces with Ripple’s partner MoneyNetint to provide frictionless cross-border payment processing in the US and EU.
Borderless commerce experts MoneyNetint offers a wide range of secure global payment services, from Multi-Currency E-Wallet, FX Conversions, send direct-to-bank-account transfers using local payment networks or SWIFT, to credit card processing, capture international payments without high transfer fees or delays and local currency account.
PXP Financial is a global payments expert delivering frictionless acquiring solutions built by merchants for merchants.
MoneyNetint will now be able to offer all major global credit -amp; debit cards processing as well as a wide range of alternative payment methods such as vouchers, e-wallets, online and offline banking while achieving significant reduction of their operational cost since reconciliations and payment related processes will be managed by PXP Financial.
Avi Starodubsky, Head of Business Development at MoneyNetint, said:
We at MoneyNetint have always prided ourselves on being bold and offering the most innovative and effective solutions for our customers, helping to reduce costs for businesses worldwide. We’re delighted to have joined forces with the team at PXP Financial, and to be working on our joint goal of providing seamless global payment services.
Koen Vanpraet, CEO of PXP Financial, commented:
PXP Financial and MoneyNetint are extremely proud to be working together to create frictionless payment solutions for our respective customers as well as additional, innovative services. The future looks bright for our partnership; together, we want to help our clients to be able to accept credit cards for their online goods and services and utilise its acquiring services.
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