Online payment processor Allied Wallet has entered into a new partnership to add Neosurf as a digital payment method for its merchant customers.
Available in various countries across the world including UK, Canada and Australia, Neosurf payments is similar to cash transactions.
All Neosurf customers recharge their cards to purchase items and services from physical and online stores. Neosurf enables its customers to shop from thousands of websites securely.
The collaboration, expected to connect online users, will enable all Allied Wallet merchants increase their global payment options.
On the other hand, it will also enable all Neosurf card users to purchase products and services from Allied Wallet merchants around the world.
Allied Wallet CEO Andy Khawaja said: “We’re happy to partner with Neosurf to give our merchants another opportunity to make money.
“…but on top of that, we’re giving more exposure to a payment method that is a great option for people who would love to shop online, but would like the added security and privacy of a preloaded payment card.”
The addition of Neosurf payments forms a part of Allied Wallet effort to increase the number of alternative payment methods to improve their payment gateway.
Last month, Allied Wallet added support for Chinese payments platform Alipay. The addition will facilitate payment processes between China, US, and the world.