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(Tech Crunch)   Stripe acquires Nigerian payments company for a princely sum   (techcrunch.com) divider line
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262 clicks; posted to Business » on 16 Oct 2020 at 1:20 PM (8 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-10-16 12:54:50 PM  
I just received an e-mail about this.
 
2020-10-16 5:58:20 PM  
That's just great. And here I am heavily invested in shotguns and canned goods.
 
2020-10-16 6:08:31 PM  
I am the former CEO of a large Nigerian payments company. I recently sold company but need your help accessing the funds....
 
2020-10-16 9:02:54 PM  
Good! In my last job we had a lot of costumers around the world for a cheap monthly subscription service.  (No it wasn't fark!)

Zero payments could be accepted from Nigeria, where we had a lot of customers.

This would have helped a lot, I'm glad somebody is bringing legitimacy to small business transactions between the US and Africa.
 
2020-10-17 1:30:23 AM  

true okie doke: Good! In my last job we had a lot of costumers around the world for a cheap monthly subscription service.  (No it wasn't fark!)

Zero payments could be accepted from Nigeria, where we had a lot of customers.

This would have helped a lot, I'm glad somebody is bringing legitimacy to small business transactions between the US and Africa.


How do you have a lot of customers in a country from which you don't accept payments?
 
2020-10-17 1:51:02 AM  

Spermbot: true okie doke: Good! In my last job we had a lot of costumers around the world for a cheap monthly subscription service.  (No it wasn't fark!)

Zero payments could be accepted from Nigeria, where we had a lot of customers.

This would have helped a lot, I'm glad somebody is bringing legitimacy to small business transactions between the US and Africa.

How do you have a lot of customers in a country from which you don't accept payments?


Good point. A lot of potential customers. Lots of calls and emails from people wanting to pay us but unable to do so. Several people had their friends in other countries pay for their account. I am not positive, but a couple may have been behind 9 or more proxies. ;)
 
2020-10-17 3:35:56 AM  
I've used Stripe, Square, and PayPal as payment processors and Stripe sucked ass. By far the worst of the 3 I named.
 
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