Chromepay launches pay solution app in Africa
Chromepay has launched its pay solution app in Africa beginning with Nigeria to allow merchants, organisations and other users receive and make payments at once by simply scanning a QR Code.
Their app, which is available on Apple and Android app stores, is loaded with a bunch of features, such as a marketplace that allows merchants to advertise their products, the QR code scanner that allows merchants to receive payments, as well as a bulk payment feature that allows users to make many payments at once.
The founder and Chief Executive Officer of Chromepay, over the weekend, mentioned that the solution was going to change the way churches, mosques, NGOs and businesses received funds.
He further said Chromepay marketplace was one of their biggest USPs that would ensure the development of a strong and value-driven merchant community that would offer a plethora of products to the users, as well as prominent visibility for the merchants’ products.
The Chromepay CEO said: “The Nigerian market had something to look forward to as this application applied to everyone. The pure water seller, keke service provider, restauranteur, an NGO, religious body, and any other business person out there” as he urged users and business owners to download the mobile application from both the Apple and Android App stores.
“Our quest for a modern, cashless society as a continent is a positive agenda that has Chromepay leading the way as one of its forerunners. The COVID-19 pandemic has now made it a priority for countries around the world to hasten their adoption of cashless policies more than ever.
“An ongoing ‘Changing the Way That We Pay’campaign is currently being embarked upon by the Chromepay brand in partnership with their local advertising agency to sensitize users on the importance of opting for cashless modes of transactions in over 15 states in the country.
The Co-founder of Chromepay’s also described in detail, the merchant payment solution that allows customers to simply scan a QR Code and pay with a single click.
He stated that this dynamic QR Code already had the customer order details and amount which could then be paid using Debit/Credit Cards, Net Banking, and Chromepay wallet.
He also spoke on the Peer-to-Peer (P2P) transfer feature which allows customers to transfer funds from their bank account, Chromepay wallet, and credit cards to other customers in a secure encrypted environment.
He further stated that their next-generation Bulk Payments feature allowed for instant cash disbursals that work anytime and from any location.
He further added that the app features comes in handy when paying employee salaries, everyday company expenses, and employee bonuses.
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