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Mozido Affiliate PayEase partners with South Korea’s KG Inicis to provide online payment services within China and South Korea

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AUSTIN, Texas /PRNewswire/ — Mozido Affiliate PayEase, China’s leading payment gateway, announces it has partnered with KG Inicis, the leading South Korean payment provider, to provide electronic payment services for businesses and consumers within China and South Korea.

“This strategic partnership with KG Inicis provides more convenient and secure payment services for the many businesses and consumers within both China and South Korea,” said Michael Liberty, Founder and Chairman of Strategic Global Initiatives at Mozido. “PayEase is delighted to partner with KG Inicis to develop foreign markets, expand online and offline payment services, and provide customers within China and South Korea more options and better service.”

A KG Inicis representative said, “Partnering with PayEase is an important milestone for KG Inicis. KG Inicis will help PayEase increase market share in South Korea, meanwhile, PayEase will be able to help KG Inicis to obtain more market share within China. Eventually a broad, cross-border settlement network of e-commerce payment services will result from this key partnership.”

The partnership allows PayEase to assist international sellers enter the South Korean market while KG Inicis will provide a convenient payment service to consumers within China. This synergy creates fast and safe payment completion while helping businesses enter the South Korean market, solve the cross-border clearing and settlement issues, and create a system more convenient to South Korean consumers.

About PayEase

Headquartered in Beijing, PayEase, a Mozido Affiliate, currently focuses on payment service platform that covers mobile, online, call centers and Point of Sales (POS) terminals. The comprehensive payment platform has direct connections to 23 banks in China and is a member of China Union Pay. PayEase can process all debit and credit cards including China Union Pay and 4 worldwide accepted international credit cards: MasterCard, VISA, American Express and JCB cards. PayEase’s major customers include the Beijing Government, Banks, Universities and Fortune 500 corporations such as Apple, Amazon, Nike, Korean Air, HP, Burberry, D&G, Bally, Armani, TravelZoo, peerTransfer, Loro Piana, Nespresso, H&M, Yoox, China Telecom, China Mobile, and China Unicom etc. For more information, please visit us at http://www.beijing.com.cn and http://www.payeasenet.com.

About KG Inicis
KG Inicis, established in 1998, is Korea’s first online payment service provider, supporting accounting for 33 banks and 3 international credit cards, with more than 100,000 medium-sized enterprise institutions, government agencies, and community groups included in its large consumer base. In 2002, the company successfully listed in the Korea Stock Market (KOSDAQ 035600), and successfully acquired more than 45% market share. The company received PCI DSS security certification. In 2010, the company won the “Korean Trust Company Awards” and “Korea Credibility Award,” and in November 2012, received Korean industry’s highest honor – the “Chosun Ilbo President’s Award.”

About Mozido
Mozido provides trusted digital payment and commerce solutions globally delivered as cost-effective cloud-based solutions branded for clients. Highly interoperable, Mozido solutions work with virtually any wireless carrier and mobile device, and integrate easily with ads, offers, and other products from third parties. Mozido’s worldwide presence and global offerings include operations in the US, China, India, Africa, Middle East, Sri Lanka, Europe and Latin America, enabling people to manage their money, payments and other services from their mobile phones. For more information, visit us at mozido.com. Follow us on Twitter: @Mozido.

CONTACT: Van Leigh, 1-512-518-2200, van.leigh@mozido.com

Source: Mozido
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Written by asiafreshnews

August 10, 2016 at 2:16 pm

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