Sino Payments has agreed to co-operate with E-vest Inc in the US to identify and service US and international e-commerce merchants.
Scott Willett, E-vest president, said: “As E-Vest moves into additional International territories and pursues larger and more diversified merchant types, we are looking forward to having the experience and expertise of Sino Payments. With our strengths, together we will be able to assist merchants in finding more productive and low-cost solutions in an market that is becoming more regulated and underserved to the levels of merchant’s standards.”
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