CCBill Enhances CCBillPay With New U.S. Banking Option

CCBill Enhances CCBillPay With New U.S. Banking Option

TEMPE, Ariz. — Leading online payment services provider CCBill announced today that consumers will now be able pay for their purchases using their U.S. bank account with CCBill Pay, their proprietary stored payments service.

The addition of online checks to CCBill Pay provides another “easy and instant” way for CCBill buyers to pay online and via mobile at any website processing payments.

CCBill’s new service, offering a simple bank account validation, is designed to improve convenience for customers, a key factor leading to enhanced sales.

"Now CCBill Pay buyers can safely validate and store their U.S. bank account information to their personal CCBill Pay account, and then easily log in and pay for all their future CCBill purchases using their stored checking or savings account information,” said a company rep.

The new feature “provides CCBill Merchants with an accelerated payment solution to help them realize better conversions for their U.S. buyers,” the rep continued. “Plus, the banking account validation process greatly reduces the transaction risk that is traditionally associated with subscriptions, subscription retail, live cams and business invoice purchases.”

“On a daily basis, the U.S. banking system is used by millions of online buyers, yet we see far too many businesses neglecting this as part of their website’s accepted payments portfolio,” said Ray Kelsey, Director of Brand Management CCBill.  “With the addition of Online Checks to CCBill Pay, consumers now have yet another way to easily and securely pay online.”

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