Ecommerce platform GetMeAShop on Monday said it has partnered with Paypal to enable small and medium merchants sell their products in the international market with the help of the online payments system.
The Times Internet-backed company develops 360 degree platforms and solutions that are easy and affordable for people, enabling them to sell their products online through internet and mobile mediums. Currently, GetMeAShop has more than 8000 registered merchants. The move to partner with Paypal was based on a survey done internally, where more than 30% clients wanted to sell internationally.
“Along with our market leading omni channel technology ecosystem to help them in running their business offline and online, and by making the process completely hassle free, we can now enable and back them for a global footprint.
With a deep technology integration and partnership, we will enable paperless on-boarding on the international payment gateway and are confident our existing merchants will make the most of this association while we welcome other businesses to go online with GetMeAShop.com,” said GetMeAShop, Founder and Business Head, Pushkal Srivastava in a statement.
Along with enabling payments in a safer & more secure manner, PayPal offers Seller Protection which will protect the merchants’ online sales, minimize claims and chargebacks and help prevent merchant fraud. This is particularly important for small merchants selling in the global market place.
“Our partnership with GetMeAShop is in line with our vision to enable small businesses to sell globally.
PayPal, backed by a strong risk and security infrastructure, presence across 200 plus markets and a base of 192 million active consumer accounts is uniquely positioned to play a pivotal role in enabling these merchants’ access international markets and transact in a safe & secure manner,” said Paypal, Director, Small & Medium Business, Himanshu Rajpal.