AsiaPay, an online and mobile payment services firm in Asia, has launched the PayDollar Debit Payment Service, a payment option for the Asia-Pacific region.
The service enables merchants to accept and collect online real-time debit payments from consumers in China, Australia, New Zealand, and other Asian countries via bank accounts, debit cards, e-wallets, and prepaid products. AsiaPay’s partnerships will allow merchants to serve over one billion customer base throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Currently, it can process payments from China UnionPay, AliPay, 99Bill, PPS, MyClear, BancNet, Globe GCash, Smart Money, POLi, Bangkok Bank, Bank of Ayudhya, TMB Bank, United Overseas Bank, Siam Commercial Bank, and Krung Thai Bank accountholders.
“As we reach a new milestone of AsiaPay’s strong alliance with leading payment and bank partners in Asia and China, we are pleased to launch PayDollar Debit Payment Service as an alternative payment option to non-credit consumers for businesses in Asia. Consumers can now enjoy greater payment convenience in making online purchases in Asia while merchants can further maximise their online sales by catering to non-credit consumers,” said Joseph Chan, chief executive officer (CEO) of the AsiaPay Group.
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