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Accept launches 'Delivery' service in Egyptian market

Gamal Essam El-Din , Thursday 11 Jul 2019
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Accept, a payment solution provider tailored for helping businesses grow, announced today that it has decided to launch a new service for its clients called Delivery, offering more than five different payment methods.

This is the first kind of online delivery system to be offered in the Egyptian market.

Accept will let clients get rid of the hassle of reporting, and through the company’s portal they can have an instant reporting system.

“Despite the growth of online transactions, a huge amount of people still prefer to pay cash on delivery,” the company said in a statement.

“With a single integration with Accept Payment Gateway, with multiple payment methods, you can now have cash on delivery. There’s no need to upload orders manually to courier, once the customer chooses that he wants to pay cash on delivery, he just enters his shipping info and Accept will handle the rest of the process,” the press statement read.

“So, when the customer chooses to buy a product online and proceeds to the checkout page, he chooses to pay cash on delivery. The merchant will ask the courier to come and take the product, the courier in turn will start delivering the product to the customer, and will collect the money, then reverse the process to get the money back to the merchant,” the company elaborated.

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