Online Payment Methods Offered by DataCash Worldwide Vary by Country

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Hamburg-based E-Commerce and Online Payments intelligence company's new publication, "DataCash (A MasterCard Company) Company Profile 2015: Online Payment Services" details that the international and local payment methods offered by DataCash vary by country as it operates around the world.

UK-based DataCash processes payments across multiple channels and offers fraud screening solutions. The company was established in 1996 and grew through several mergers and acquisitions until 2010, when it was acquired by MasterCard for over USD 530 million. In 2014, another acquisition contributed to DataCash's expansion, as MasterCard purchased the Gateway Services business of US-based Transaction Network Services and integrated it into DataCash.

DataCash's payment processing reach is global, covering all major regions and countries. Its online payment solutions include card processing, international payments with alternative methods, fraud management, white label gateway and other services. Merchants that use these and related solutions of DataCash come from the industries such as airlines, retail, gaming, online media and entertainment.

Local and international methods processing is offered by DataCash in multiple currencies. The methods include credit and debit cards, E-Wallets, cash alternatives, bank transfers and others. Among alternative payment methods are MasterPass, PayPal, ClickandBuy, WebMoney, Amazon Payments, Skrill, Neteller, Sofort Überweisung, iDeal and others. Acceptance of payment methods varies by country.
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