CreditCall's website payment service integrates PayPal

March 21, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
e-Commerce and mail-order card payment specialist CreditCall has integrated PayPal Express Checkout into its eKashu payment page. This means that e-retailers who currently allow customers to pay by credit and debit card can now offer all the benefits of PayPal with one small simple change to their site.

By adding PayPal to their CreditCall eKashu payment page, they keep the familiar credit and debit card payment facilities and PayPal appears as another payment option. When customers choose to pay using PayPal, the money is transferred to the retailer directly from PayPal rather than from their credit card acquirer.

Research has shown that when PayPal is offered as a payment method, transaction abandonment decreases, and PayPal even claims that online stores experience an uplift in sales of up to 14%*.

PayPal is becoming increasingly popular for online consumers for a number of reasons, mainly that there's no paper and no plastic providing you can remember your log-in it's a completely smooth transaction flow. The other benefit is that youngsters and other potential customers not holding a credit or debit card are able to pay online. There are now more than 70 million active PayPal accounts in 190 markets. PayPal supports payments in 19 currencies.

About CreditCall

CreditCall (CreditCall Corporation in the US) is a specialist payment services provider and transaction gateway with global recognition for innovation in credit card acceptance. The company provides ultra-high reliability card payment solutions. These are deployed for e-Commerce, Mail Order, Call Centres, and virtually any kind of unattended terminal, including parking and ticketing machines, and self-service kiosks. Its mainstay product, the CardEaseXML payment protocol, is available as a free download from the company's website, allowing developers unprecedented ease in providing card payment on new and existing systems. The company has offices in Bristol and New York and operates a secure global transaction processing network.

About PayPal

PayPal is the safer, easier way to pay and get paid online. The service allows anyone to pay in any way they prefer, including through credit cards, bank accounts or account balances, without sharing financial information. With more than 164 million accounts in 190 markets and 19 currencies around the world, PayPal enables global ecommerce. More information about the company can be found at

PayPal Europe S.àr.l. et Cie S.C.A. is a Luxembourg-based limited partnership, which will be regulated by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier ('CSSF') in Luxembourg. PayPal Inc is the ultimate parent of PayPal Europe S.àr.l. et Cie S.C.A. and is 100% owned by eBay Inc. PayPal Inc was set up in the US in December 1998 and acquired by eBay Inc in 2002.

* PayPal can increase sales by an average 14% by delivering greater shopping convenience. A 2006 PayPal survey of 200+ US sellers who were already accepting credit cards online, but added PayPal showed that PayPal generated an average incremental sales lift of 14%.