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ePages Integrates Moneybookers for Payments

Moneybookers has been integrated by ePages as a standard payment option for its shop-hosting platform. The client base of ePages, whose software powers more than 40,000 online shops, will now be able to incorporate the Moneybookers payment gateway as part of their hosted shop solution. With the integration, the company says that ePages’ hosted merchants will be able to provide secure credit card and domestic payment options for customers all over the world. Moneybookers enables users to pay via Internet or e-mail worldwide, offering domestic payment options in over 40 countries. In addition, Moneybookers enables merchants to reduce costs by preventing charge backs. The company claims that more than 10,000 merchants and over 5 million customers now use Moneybookers to make payments and money transfers.

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