CCBill Wins Best Payment System at iDate Awards

CCBill Wins Best Payment System at iDate Awards
Rhett Pardon

MIAMI — CCBill  announced that the global payment services company was presented with the Best Payment Systems honor at the 7th annual iDate Awards on Jan. 28.

Recognizing excellence in the field of online payments, the iDate award is reserved for providers whose solutions and innovative work contribute to the development of the entire online dating industry.

Representing CCBill at the annual iDate Conference and Awards was CCBill Sales Executive Paul Kluzak, who said: “Being recognized by our industry partners and peers is simply incredible. I was very flattered to accept this award on behalf of the entire CCBill family and our dedicated teams around the globe.”

“For nearly 15 years, we have had the privilege to support the expanding online dating industry with payment and affiliate services, and we look forward to the opportunity to continue that work, to help drive retention and growth well into the future,” Kluzak said.

Working with many of the industry’s leading websites, CCBill has gained the trust of the online dating community and remains a favored resource for merchants worldwide, Kluzak noted. 

CCBill’s reliable platform specifically helps to address the data security and privacy needs of the online dating market, he said.

In addition, Kluzak said the company’s robust subscription automation system, easy application process and stable U.S. and E.U. banking relationships were all provided as reasons why CCBill remains a popular choice for dating site owners. 

CCBill also provides a range of expansion options such as an integrated affiliate system and a merchant connect network, for merchants looking to increase revenue with cross-sales and upsales in a variety of online markets.

“Being included in the iDate Awards ceremony is a huge honor for CCBill,” said Gary Jackson, managing vice president of sales at CCBill. “As ‘the Oscars’ of the dating industry, this event not only promotes industry innovation, but also encourages collaboration between professionals in different fields."