Allied Wallet, a globally leading provider of mainstream online payment processing, multi-currency merchant services, and a PCI Level 1 secured payment gateway, now accepts AliPay – a leading third-party online payment solution from China.
Allied Wallet has innovated its platform to add this to their list of accepted global payment methods and simplify transactions between China, the United States, and the world.
Accepting basic Visa and MasterCard credit or debit cards is a necessity for doing business these days, but it is important to remember how impactful it can be to widen your horizon as a business owner and accept payments from China and other regions.
Many people use PayPal and accept it as the standard in online transactions; however, in 2013, AliPay surpassed them as the world’s largest mobile payment platform.
With over 150 million users in 196 countries, accepting AliPay is a very valuable new addition to Allied Wallet’s platform.
“The internet has connected people of all countries and created a global marketplace, and we’re happy to support that. This new partnership with AliPay will allow us to connect millions upon millions of users – even more than we already do – and grow global economies,” said Dr. Andy Khawaja – CEO of Allied Wallet.
While some may have never heard of AliPay, they would be surprised to find out that AliPay has over 520,000,000 users in the world. Allied Wallet and Andy Khawaja are happy to give these users an opportunity to experience their state-of-the-art payment platform.
Author: T. Tom Brooks