Customers of popular cryptocurrency exchange platform Paybis.com can now expect 25% lesser fees on all their Bitcoin purchases using MasterCard and VISA credit and debit cards.
[Note: This is a press release.]
Paybis already offers instant Bitcoin purchase options on its platform, and now the reduced fee makes it much more attractive to the cryptocurrency community.
In order to buy Bitcoin using a credit or debit card, users can now simply create an account, sign in through Google or Facebook, complete a simple verification process and make the purchase. While making the card payment, they can choose between EUR, USD and GBP denominations based on their location and convenience.
Paybis has simplified the whole process of buying cryptocurrencies by ensuring that the time taken to make the purchase is well within 30 minutes. The platform utilizes a tiered system for users who wish to purchase Bitcoin with alternative payment methods.
The same system also gives users the option to increase their spending limits significantly, depending on the level of verification they can offer. New users can expect a weekly credit card purchase allowance of $5,000 or a monthly allowance of $ 20,000 USD.
Paybis.com currently supports a wide variety of payment options including PayPal, Western Union, MoneyGram, OKPay, WebMoney, Skrill, Perfect Money, Epay, Yandex Money, Payeer, and Payza. The platform also supports the purchase of Bitcoin with gift cards from Amazon, Target, Walmart and other mainstream US vendors.
The cryptocurrency platform offers a 24/7 live customer support for its users to deal with any potential questions or issues quickly. Paybis employs the most up to date security for transactions happening over the platform. It also has a fast, fully automated payments and transfer process to provide instant delivery of Bitcoin to the customers.
Paybis has a competitive fee structure in place, which has been substantially improved by its recent fee cut of 25%, on all VISA and MasterCard credit and debit card transactions. The new development should help Paybis maintain its success and pick up some new customers in the process.
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