Canadian e-commerce platform LemonStand has partnered with European online payments provider PAYMILL in a venture to encourage the setting up of online stores.
Under the partnership, LemonStand users can integrate online payments with PAYMILL directly in their account without having to touch any code. They can also access PAYMILL’s security measures like 3D-Secure, which helps protect from fraudulent activity and lower chargebacks.
“We are thrilled to develop the UK market together with LemonStand,” said PAYMILL’s co-founder and chief marketing officer (CMO), Jörg Sutara.
“The extensive partnership is the perfect starting point for LemonStand in the EU area and a huge step for PAYMILL in achieving our goals of delivering merchants a simple and fast way to offer secure and reliable payment in their shops.”
LemonStand is positioned to strengthen its presence in Europe with PAYMILL as the German payments provider is available in 40 countries and has gained insights from local European markets. In return PAYMILL expands its user base by adding LemonStand as an e-commerce platform integration.
“We’re excited to offer PAYMILL as a way for our European customers to seamlessly accept payments from their e-commerce websites,” said Danny Halarewich, LemonStand’s co-founder and chief executive (CEO).
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