Ingo Money, a mobile payments service provider, has signed an agreement with MoneyGram to roll out new credit card payment service.
The deal will enable businesses and consumers to pay credit card bills through Ingo Money's platform at any one of MoneyGram's estimated 40,000 US retail locations.
Commenting on the collaboration, Ingo Money founder and CEO Drew Edwards said: "This collaboration expands our one-of-a-kind push payments network and enables consumers to originate instant, secure push payments in seconds, simply by swiping the card they wish to fund at any domestic MoneyGram retail location."
MoneyGram chief revenue officer for Americas and Europe Pete Ohser said: "MoneyGram is committed to giving consumers an easier way to make payments. Our alliance with Ingo Money will enable us to deliver a whole new level of convenience, speed and choice for paying credit card bills."
Ingo Money's push payments technology enables banks, financial services providers and companies to transfer money instantly between businesses and people in mobile, online, ATM and retail channels with a single API integration.