Payza now offered as a payment and payout option for users subscribing to the site-building service.
Payza has been used by 10KWEB since November of 2012 for the distribution of commissions to its users. Now they have expanded their partnership with Payza and are accepting subscription fees through the global online payment processor.
The new feature was announced earlier this week, in the press release below, and 10KWEB announced today that payment processing through Payza is now live on their website.
10KWEB and Payza Take Relationship to Next Level
E-Commerce Company Slated to be Third Option in Processing Subscription Fees
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 31, 2013
Internet start-up, 10KWEB, is pleased to announce it will soon offer Payza as a third option in paying for the site builder’s monthly fee. The international e-commerce business already distributes commission payouts to 10KWEB’s thousands of members. Other payment options include Visa and Mastercard.
Payza is based out of the United Kingdom and has offices in London, New York, Mumbai, Montreal, Dhaka and Moldova. It is a method for transferring money internationally and means for purchase of goods and services online. Payza is used by both personal users and merchants and currently has over two million users.
10KWEB Co-Founder, Anthony Martins, is excited by the prospects of what will come from the pending option, saying, “Payza is global, much like 10KWEB. Once the Payza option is active, members will be able to use any credit card, bank account or Payza account balance to pay for 10KWEB services. It’s a more expansive option that will make it easier for new members to sign on.” Martins went on to say that commission payments will continue to be made through Payza and Paypal.
10KWEB was created January 2012 by Anthony Martins and Thomas Bang as an online resource for aspiring blog writers and small business owners. Their website launched on March 5th, 2012 and is currently used in the United States, Mexico, Great Britain, Germany, China, Morocco, Trinidad, Italy and New Zealand with more markets in development.