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Saturday 23 February 2019



The Level Group partners SafeCharge for payments

Written by Peter Walker

Luxury brand e-commerce provider The Level Group has partnered with payments business SafeCharge to reduce the complexities associated with cross-border payment processing and meet customer demand for seamless, personalised shopping, regardless of location or device.

“A successful e-commerce platform is one that provides both a great browsing experience, and the ability for shoppers to easily complete a transaction regardless of their location,” said Francesco Musardo, chief insight officer at The Level Group.

“We realised that in order to provide the best possible experience to our customers around the world, we needed to partner with a payments technology provider who understands these specific industry requirements, and the intricacies of cross-border e-commerce.”

Implementing the SafeCharge Payment Engine across its portfolio of brands should ensure a seamless checkout experience for shoppers anywhere in the world, improving end-user satisfaction and delivering an uplift in conversion rates.

It lets The Level Group process all the most popular cards including Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Union Pay, JCB Discover and Diners, while also giving access to a range of local payment methods, such as Giropay, iDeal, Sofort, Bank Transfer, Qiwi, Alipay and WeChat Pay.

David Avgi, chief executive at SafeCharge, added: “We trust that by delivering a fast and easy SafeCharge-powered checkout experience for customers around the world, we’ll help to further strengthen The Level Group’s outstanding international growth.”

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