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April 7, 2017updated 12 May 2017 4:05pm

Spain’s state-owned postal company taps Paysafe to drive e-commerce payments

Spain’s national postal service Correos has selected Paysafe as a recommended payment provider for businesses using its e-commerce platform Comandia.

By Verdict Staff

Spain’s national postal service Correos has selected Paysafe as a recommended payment provider for businesses using its e-commerce platform Comandia.

As a result of this collaboration, Paysafe’s Skrill Quick CheckOut service – which incorporates the Skrill and NETELLER digital wallets and Rapid Transfer instant banking solution – will be added as payment option on all Comandia merchant websites.

Paysafe will process payments for businesses within Comandia’s network of merchants and allow them to accept payments through Paysafe wallets, debit and credit cards and bank transfers.

Commenting on the partnership, Correos commercial and marketing director Carlos Millán Ruiz said: “Our partnership with Paysafe improves the payment methods we can now offer through Comandia. Being able to extend the range of simple, fast and secure options available to the businesses we serve is crucial to driving sales through the web.”

Paysafe digital wallets CEO Lorenzo Pellegrino said: “We are thrilled to be working with a leading e-commerce player such as Correos, which is focused on digital commerce and delivery in and beyond Spain.”

“E-commerce is growing in importance. Consumers and businesses are increasingly choosing digital and alternative payment methods, and mobile-initiated transactions. Paysafe’s approach is to create a one-stop-shop for the businesses we work with to enable them to have a single point of integration to our payment products suite. That is why we are pursuing exciting e-commerce market opportunities such as this to differentiate our offering with value-enhancing and relevant propositions for both merchants and consumers,” Pellegrino added.

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