The Paypers: DalPay implements CashU to tap into MENA

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The Paypers, a leading independent source of news and analysis for professionals in the global payment and ecommerce community, has today reported on the partnership between DalPay’s and CashU, the leading online payment gateway for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Read the full article below:

DalPay implements CashU to tap into MENA

Wednesday 21 January 2015 | 01:35 PM CET

DalPay Retail, an online retailer and provider of online checkout services, has added the CashU online cash payment method in order to provide its services to MENA region customers.

The CashU option opens the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to online sellers who can now accept this locally-preferred online payment method. With the CashU option, e-tailers can expand their reach into new regions and industries by accepting payments from customers regardless of their location, language, income or banking status.

CashU is a pre-paid payment service across the Middle East and North Africa, with considerable usage by customers belonging to the online game community and the MMOG (Massively Multiplayer Online Games) industry.

Although the global ecommerce marketplace is powered by online credit card payments, cash remains king for both online and offline transactions in the world’s most populous regions, such as in MENA and Asia, where only 2% of adults have a credit card, according to the World Bank.

Since 2006, DalPay Retail has enabled both new and established businesses to sell online internationally and expand into new markets. Its ecommerce features include hosted checkout in 24 languages and 150+ currencies, optional open source shopping carts, anti-fraud protection and toll-free billing support. Dedicated account managers provide each DalPay Retail business with customer service to ensure international compliance, fraud prevention and chargeback reduction.

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DalPay Adds CashU Option to Expand Sales into Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region

DalPay Retail sellers can now accept CashU payments, a preferred method to pay online in Arabic-speaking countries

DalPay CashU MENA PR Reuters

DALVIK, Iceland – January 20, 2015 – via Reuters – DalPay Retail, the international online retailer and provider of online checkout services from Snorrason Holdings ehf, has added the CashU online cash payment method for its international sellers. The CashU option opens the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to online sellers who can now accept this locally-preferred online payment method.

With the CashU option, it is now possible for websites to expand their reach into new regions and industries by accepting payments from customers regardless of their location, language, income or banking status.

CashU is the leading pre-paid payment service across the Middle East and North Africa, and has gained considerable popularity amongst the online game community and the MMOG (Massively Multiplayer Online Games) industry.

Although the global e-commerce marketplace is powered by online credit card payments, cash remains king for both online and offline transactions in the world’s most populous regions, such as in MENA and Asia where only 2% of adults have a credit card, according to the World Bank.

“By providing our international sellers with a trusted and secure method to accept payments from the unbanked, we’re giving website owners the right tools to grow their business in the Middle East and North Africa,” explains Snorrason Holdings CEO Bjorn Snorrason. “We’re opening up new regions to the global e-commerce marketplace; and we’re expanding the global reach of our online sellers.”

Sign up for your DalPay Retail account to take advantage of our complete suite of e-commerce features including secure hosted checkout in 24 languages and 150+ currencies, optional open source shopping carts, robust anti-fraud protection, and toll-free billing support. 

For more information about the DalPay-CashU relationship, read The Paypers‘ coverage of the DalPay-CashU deal and launch.