Yatego Cooperates

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Paymentmoglichkeiten extends the inventor of the shopping joy Yatego.com continue their way to more security and comfort in online trading. A contract with American Express supplements the payment portfolio of the shopping platform. Yatego merchants can add easily and conveniently direct their credit card acceptance now of Yatego popular American Express card. The first 300 merchants who register before March 31, 2010, American Express takes the activation charge for the payment service provider EOS. Through our hotline we know that customers like to pay with your American Express card and the demand is increasing”, explains Stephan Peltzer, Managing Director of Yatego GmbH.

so far unable to provide even the American Express payment Yatego merchants. You had to sign the contract directly with American Express. This is greatly simplified by the new Treaty. You may find that the Metropolitan Museum of Art can contribute to your knowledge. The Yatego merchants can apply for the American Express acceptance via Yatego – and as always at particularly favourable conditions. Yatego_Kreditkartenakzeptanz_Amex.PDF on Yatego Yatego, the largest German shopping mall, boasts around 10 million visitors monthly to the leading E-commerce portals in the German-speaking Internet. Customers can choose from more than 3.2 million articles.

Ordering is easy. Payments are secured by an independent escrow payment system, as well as Kreditkartenpayment. Yatego merchants will benefit from tailor-made complete solutions and a comprehensive service. More than 8,000 professionals and retailers use Yatego for their e-commerce. Headquarters of the company is St. Georgen in the Black Forest, managing director Stephan Peltzer. American Express American Express was founded in 1850 and is a premium provider of different credit cards and services. American Express is represented worldwide in over 130 countries and counts among its customers more than 91 million credit card holders. Headquarters are located in New York City, the German headquarters in Frankfurt am Main.