Gaydar, the social networking and online dating website, has introduced an accessible new cash payment option for users who either do not own a credit or debt card or choose not to use their cards for making online transactions.
Gaydar has linked up with Ukash, an e-commerce cash payment method, to add cash vouchers as an alternative method of online payment for its 3.6 million members worldwide.
Trevor Martin, sales and marketing director of QSoft Consulting, owners of the Gaydar portfolio, said: “Ukash vouchers are a great method of payment for people who don’t have credit or debit cards and offers a real alternative for those who choose not to use them online as they want to maintain the privacy and security of their transactions.”
Ukash is the only pre-paid cash voucher that is widely available, has no hidden fees and requires no registration.
Buying and using Ukash is incredibly simple.
In the UK and Europe, Ukash is working with PayZone, ePay and PayPoint to provide accessible purchase points for consumers to buy Ukash vouchers.
There are currently 120,000 payment/purchase terminals operating in the UK, Germany, Ireland and Spain, in newsagents, grocery stores, department stores, petrol forecourts and other convenient locations.