NEWSTEAD, Queensland, Australia, Dec. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- International payment service provider BillPro (www.billpro.com) is pleased to announce the opening of its first European payment services office. The move comes ahead of BillPro's introduction of new products and services for the EU market. In addition to worldwide credit card processing, BillPro specialises in local payment methods and multicurrency support, two key tools for online merchants selling into the EU.
"Our new office in Amsterdam gives us a base for expansion of our EU services," said Daria Rippingale, CEO for BillPro. "We're excited to bring our expertise in cross-border payment processing to the region and to support Europe's robust and growing cross-border economy."
BillPro's management team has more than 25 years' experience supporting local, international, and cross-border ecommerce merchants at various risk levels across many verticals, including travel, health and beauty, online auctions, and online gaming. BillPro is also at the forefront of fraud-abatement technology and practices with a combination of automated and manual transaction screening and a Level 1 PCI-DSS 2.0-compliant gateway.
BillPro's clients benefit from the company's international network of acquiring banks, bilingual (English and French) customer support for payments and checkout, personalised account management services and real-time transaction reporting tools.
About BillPro Pty Ltd:
BillPro is an international online payments provider delivering secure payment solutions for all business types. BillPro offers credit card, eCheck, ACH, Bitcoin, check by phone and international bank payments and secure multi-currency payment options through its network of international banking partners. BillPro protects its merchants with a Level 1 PCI DSS Compliant payment gateway that is fully integrated with many of the world's largest gateways and shopping carts. With competitive rates and lucrative partner programs, BillPro is a leading provider of merchant accounts for domestic and cross-border merchants.