June 13, 2012, 8:40 AM

Payments with PayLane is Available in the U.K. and Ireland

PayLane is a customer-focused online payments processing provider with extensive experience in European markets.

PayLane.com has expanded its services to the UK and Ireland, becoming one of Europe’s leading online payments provider for e-business.

For over 7 years PayLane has helped European and American businesses grow, improve and attract more customers with their user-friendly payment gateways. Knowing that e-commerce is borderless,  their offer is directed especially at companies focused on international business – with PayLane they will now be able to accept payments in over 160 currencies from 50 countries.

“Our special offer dedicated to the UK and Ireland will hopefully diversify the local market and will make us a worthy opponent to SagePay or WorldPay” says PayLane’s managing director Karol Zielinski. “We have been trusted by companies from all around the world, with which we process almost 30 million euros every year, and we’re convinced we will now be able to help businesses also from the Isles.”

PayLane, which has recently been once again accredited as Level 1 PCI DSS Service Provider, is an official partner of Visa, MasterCard, American Express and PayPal, and offers accepting all major credit and debit cards, PayPal, Giropay, iDEAL and many more.

 About PayLane

PayLane is a customer-focused online payments processing provider with extensive experience in European markets. Company currently processes payments in currencies from over 50 countries and is constantly enriching its offerings based on market drivers and opportunities. Its close relationships with carefully selected acquiring banks allow PayLane to provide the best possible terms and conditions for each merchant account. PayLane is an officially registered Visa, MasterCard, American Express and PayPal partner. http://paylane.com

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