Fidelity Bank selects PayPal for card payments

Tuesday 1 July 2014 13:05 CET | News

Nigeria-based financial institution Fidelity Bank has begun accepting card payments via online payments provider PayPal’s platform.

With this development, Fidelity Bank’s cardholders can now shop from international retailers. This move is seen as part of the Bank’s efforts at boosting electronic payments and fostering ease of transactions.

In addition to the in-built security mechanism, Fidelity Bank’s MasterCard and Visa cards are protected with the MasterCard SecureCode and Verified by Visa features.

In recent news, Network International, a payment solutions provider, has entered an agreement with PayPal that enables UAE merchants to withdraw funds in UAE dirhams from PayPal directly into a local bank account.

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Keywords: Fidelity Bank, PayPal, card payments, online payments
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