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Friday, 19 August 2016

Introducing SimpleLink : a Link Payment Solution for Social Media and Offline Merchants.



SimpleLink is a payment solution that allows you to receive payment with a link.
SimpleLink is a product of  SimplePay.
As the Pioneering Link Payment Solution in Nigeria, SimpleLink is designed to make it easy for small businesses to receive payment for their goods and services with a link. The payment link can be sent to customers as SMS, on Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram etc.

It is ideal for social media and offline merchants. Our objective is to make payment simple and to power social media commerce in Nigeria.

HOW DOES SIMPLELINK WORK?

1.  Signup on SimpleLink.ng.

2. Enter your product or service.

3. Generate link to SMS, Whatsapp, Facebook and Instagram etc.

4. Customer click on your link on your social media page.

5. Checkout page pops up with items the customer is paying for, customer enter card details, delivery address and makes payment.

6. On payment customer receives invoice via email and you (merchant) receive notification of payment and delivery address by email.

BENEFIT
1. Sell with a link anywhere, no website needed.
2. Zero setup fees.
3. Send automated invoice to customer.
4. Less transaction service charge compared to other payment solution.
5. Forget about technology and focus on gaining traction for your business.
6. 24/7 customer service.
7. World class security in compliance with PCI Security Council standards.


Please feel free to reach us anytime,

Thank you for your time.

Best regards,

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Nkeiruka Arinze
Business Communication Executive
SimplePay Limited 
7th Floor, 23 Agodogba Avenue, 
Parkview Estate,Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria.
Mobile: +2348035 668871
Twitter: @Nkay57
Skype: Nkayluv

1 comment:

  1. The growth of Online Payment in Nigeria has improved so well that Simplepay as become a leading payment platform provider in the country.

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