Allied Wallet is an online payment processor offering payment solutions all over the world. The company is pleased to announce that its online platform now supports WeChat Pay, the largest mobile payment service in China. WeChat Pay is the market leader in China, with over 900 million users making transactions through the service each month.
Mobile payments are becoming increasingly popular, especially in China, where it is a $16 trillion dollar market. Allied Wallet CEO Andy Khawaja believes that the new feature is a major opportunity for the company, given that the app is used by more than a billion people, and is even making inroads in the United States.
The recent change is just one of many features Allied Wallet has introduced in order to give users more options. South Korea is another burgeoning billion-dollar e-commerce market with a growing young-adult demographic. Allied Wallet recognized that South Korea has developed its own payment methods over the year, and seized on this opportunity to add popular Korean payment options, such as ShinhanCard, Toss, and T-Money.
Allied provides payment processing services to sellers and customers around the world. Because security is a priority for the company, Allied Wallet’s services use SHA-256 encryption and offer PCI DSS Level 1 Compliance. In addition, the service offers 24-hour customer service, which ensures that customers will can get help whenever they need it.
Allied Wallet also recently announced that it would be issuing a new UnionPay-branded debit card, which will make it easier for Chinese visitors to Europe to make purchases more easily. This Allied Wallet partnership is significant as the new card will offer higher transaction limits and eliminate annual transaction limits.
Founded in 2002, Allied Wallet currently has offices in Los Angeles and London, as well as regional offices in Germany, India, China, and Japan.
More information about Allied Wallet´s online payment services at https://merchantmachine.co.uk/allied-wallet/