Posts Tagged ‘e-payment’


Screenshot Monday, January 28, 2013 – Amman, Aiming at building a comprehensive banking system, SSS Process has successfully developed the e-payment system, ‘e-Tasdeed,’ which seeks to link together banks, government institutions, and national companies through a secure interface, enabling citizens to pay liabilities and settle their regular monthly...
Screenshot eMerchantPay, a European-based provider of online payment processing solutions to merchants worldwide, has partnered with cashU, a prepaid card payment gateway in the Arab world, with this partnership eMerchantPay will be able to offer a cash payment method for its clients to better serve customers in geographies where non card payment use is dom...
Screenshot Jabbar’s CashU Competitor OneCard, one of N2V’s subsidiaries has announced that OneCard users can now buy Facebook Credit directly using their OneCard balance. OneCard is a prepaid card located at more than 75000 point of stores across 20 countries, its users can top up their OneCard accounts using many local payments like Knet in Kuwai...
Screenshot PayPal the e-payment platform is announcing war on free media and siding with bandits of killers who want to kill kids like Gaddafi is doing and hide it from the world! After freezing its service to Wikileaks, late in 2010 just as the the site posted the Afghanistan war log, iraq war log and some of the US cables that revealed to the world hidde...
Screenshot Jabbar group company cashu is offering Moroccans now the option to buy its Internet e-payment prepaid card. Cashu was originally launched by Maktoob group in 2002 to solve the problem of the low penetration rate for credit cards in the Arab world which is still an obstacle for e-commerce growth in the region. Cashu allows users to funded Cashu ...
Screenshot eMapia is a new startup from the people behind the delivery services marketplace  Darrb. eMapia still in beta, is an enhanced Do-IT-your-self e-commerce site but with GoogleMaps, It enables individual or business sellers to list items for sale in according to their location, while shoppers can find items for sale in or near their neighbor...
Screenshot E-commerce has not taken off in the Arab world mainly for two major factors: There is no merchant service that allows Arab-based e-commerce merchants to accept and process payments, and shoppers in the region are hesitant to trust any and reveal their financial information to any online shop, especially if it is not well known. In the US thi...
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