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Russian Online Retailer Launches QR Code Payment
27.11.2019 07:54
Russian Online Retailer Launches QR Code Payment
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The website of the Wildberries online retailer now provides an opportunity to pay by a QR code through the Quick Payment System.

      Wildberries has become the first online store in Russia to launch this service. In order to use this payment method, you must select it at the checkout and then scan the code by your smartphone. At the next stage, it is planned to introduce payment by QR codes in the mobile application, as well as at all pickup points.

      For the time being, customers of only four banks can pay for purchases through the Quick Payment System: Russian Standard, Promsvyazbank, Ak Bars and SKB Bank. The retailer plans to introduce a cashback of up to 10% for the customers who use the new service.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian trade     

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