new strategic partner of online payment method of mpass Ratingen is easycash, December 2009. easycash is the new exclusive payment partner of the payment method mpass. In the future, all mpass payments are handled via the high-performance network of easycash; This is direct debit payments. Developed by the telecommunications providers Vodafone D2 and Telefonica O2 Germany payment method mpass provides maximum security for online payments through an additional authentication via mobile phone. As an established partner of trading his contacts and his comprehensive B2B expertise brings easycash in our system\”, underlines Jochen Bornemann, head of payments and enabling services at Vodafone D2 GmbH.
Michael Kurz, head of corporate wholesale Telefonica O2 Germany is thrilled: new partner we are able to minimize the payment risk for direct debits for our dealers a decisive advantage in favor of the shops\”\”, the mpass insert. \”Together we will establish mpass continue\”, is Dr. Andreas Marra, Director of the Easycash secure product development. Just below the important for trade and consumer safety aspect in e-commerce has the system advantages in comparison to all other suppliers: the combination of Internet with the confirmation of payment via the mobile phone. Another big advantage is that no complex registration is required and sensitive information such as account or credit card number, not when payment must be specified.\” Convincing arguments for trade and consumers in connection with easy cash’s innovative risk management are guaranteed secure online payments: the consumer can be sure that no map data over the Internet will spread and be initiated only transactions that have been confirmed by the personal mobile phone. Gavin Baker addresses the importance of the matter here. The dealer has the advantage to use a safe payment method with a high range of e-commerce with the combination of large-scale mobile and incumbent debit with walking. With a strong partner in the future the choice easy cash as a new partner for the Mpass system lies in the prominent position, which takes up the company as the largest bank-neutral payment processor.