PayPoint Romania and GetBack Recovery announce the launch of an agreement
Bucharest, 24 February 2016 – PayPoint Romania, the main retail-based cash and mobile payment operator in Romania, is announcing an agreement with GetBack Recovery, a new partner from the financial services industry. People with debts administered by GetBack Recovery now have the opportunity to pay them quickly and securely through PayPoint’s payment points throughout Romania.
The PayPoint method for paying debts administered by GetBack Recovery is simple, secure and convenient. Customers must simply go to the nearest PayPoint store with their bar-coded payment notification and mention the amount they wish to pay. After the payment is made, in cash, the customers receive a receipt with all the details of the transaction (date, amount etc.). The whole operation is very quick and the consumers do not have to pay any additional fees or shop at the store to use the PayPoint system.
“We’re glad to announce this new agreement; from now on, GetBack Recovery’s customers have a payment method that is convenient and secure which will help them manage their debts and, more precisely, the family budget. This agreement is yet another step that PayPoint Romania is taking towards fulfilling its promise to be there for all consumers, providing them with a wide variety of payments in an increasing number of partner stores”, said Mugur Dogariu, Managing Director PayPoint Romania.
“With this agreement with PayPoint Romania, we want to meet our customers’ needs by adding new payment methods. We would like to express our confidence that this agreement will be advantageous. At the same time, we’re sure that the payment points’ proximity, as well as the convenience, security and quickness of the payments’ processing will be appreciated by the customers with debts administered by GetBack Recovery”, said Michal Lesniewski, Administrator GetBack Recovery S.R.L.
Along with paying debts administered by GetBack Recovery, customers can also use PayPoint terminals to pay bills for gas, sanitation, electricity, mobile phone plans, internet or cable TV, to pay for their road tax, as well as buy mobile phone top-ups and even transfer money, both internally and internationally, at selected PayPoint locations.