Nigerian Fintech company, Paga has signed an agreement deal with Orange Mall. This deal makes Paga the payment partner to the e-commerce solution making global shopping from over 250 international retailers available for easy purchase and shipment to Nigeria.
According to a statement released by Folakemi Falodun, Paga General Manager, Online & Mobile, “Paga’s partnership with Mall for Africa, to provide our payment services on Orange Mall, underscores our overarching commitment to making life possible for Nigerians.
Started in 2012 by Tayo Oviosu, with an aim to take advantage of the cash build-up in the Nigeria’s system and to create a means whereby financial services are available to all. It works across several platforms including online and via SMS.
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“With Orange Mall, we are making it possible for our customers to shop globally and pay locally, increasing the utility of their Paga wallets…One of the most important parts of this is that through this partnership, we can guarantee better pricing and painless payments for all Orange Mall customers.” The statement said.
“Orange Mall will be supported by Mall for Africa to handle operations, customer care, and logistics, while Paga will process all payments made through its secure wallet which customers can link to their linked bank cards and accounts, or fund their wallets directly with cash,” it stated.
Just few weeks ago, Paga has recorded a milestone of 10 million unique users. The start-up also announced another cloud payroll business that will be launching soon.
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