PayPoint announces the signing of a partnership with BRD Finance

PayPoint Romania, the leading operator of cash payments and electronic charging through retail points, announces the signing of a new important partnership with BRD Finance, one of the leaders of the consumer credit local market.

The service is dedicated to the BRD Finance clients who will be able to pay their rates, through more than 11,700 PayPoint centers across the country.

Performing a payment is a simple, safe and fast operation! The BRD Finance client goes to one of the PayPoint partner stores with a document containing a bar code, the seller scans this code, it receives the cash and forwards a receipt issued by the device, containing all the details of the transaction, to the client. The payment modality provided by PayPoint is extremely safely and fast. At the same time, consumers don’t pay any additional fee, and the access to the PayPoint system is not conditioned by making shopping in that store.

“We are glad to have a good start of the year 2018, by announcing an important partner in the financial-banking system. The collaboration we launched with BRD Finance will bring important benefits to the consumers, who will be able from now on to pay these rates at their close PayPoint store, safely and fast. Thus, they get rid of any concern by going out only once, and they save time to enjoy the really important things” stated Mugur Dogariu, Managing Director at PayPoint Romania.

“In a period in which time has become more and more precious for everybody, and because we are permanently investing in creating and strengthening a long-term relationship with our clients, we are glad to announce the signing of the partnership with PayPoint, thus providing a new method of reimbursing the monthly rates” stated Eric Dhoste, CEO at BRD Finance IFN SA.

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