More NewsThe Logic Group Partners with PayPal

The Logic Group Partners with PayPal

The Logic Group has partnered with PayPal, an online payment company, which allows shoppers to buy online without sharing their financial information with merchants. The PayPal integrated service offers end users choice and flexibility when it comes to selecting a payment method; transactions can still be completed by debit or credit card, or through PayPal, funded directly via their bank account or existing PayPal balance.

Paul Russell, senior solutions marketing manager at The Logic Group, said: “We are pleased to announce our latest partnership with PayPal, which enables us to offer additional payment options to our customers, and ultimately their end users. Many major UK retailers are now incorporating PayPal on their websites, building on existing financial infrastructure, as a trusted means for consumers to complete online transactions.”

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