NetCents is Now Available in 24 Countries

By Chief Revenue Officer

It has been a big week for us at NetCents. Last week, we moved into the public sector, officially becoming listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange, and we aren’t stopping there. We are thrilled to announce that we are expanding our reach globally; we are now able to accept consumer deposits from 24 countries!

This is just the most recent addition to our integrated services. And while this move is great for us, the person who really benefits from this expansion is YOU. This expansion means that you now have even more options and flexibility. You have complete access to send and receive transactions in major countries around the globe, including North American, Brazil, Australia, Western Europe, and Japan.

We know you want to have unlimited options. You want complete freedom to pay how you want, to access and transfer money whenever, wherever. That shouldn’t be an exclusive luxury. And in fact, with us, it isn’t. It’s right there, for you to use. Anytime. That’s the promise built into our technology.

Our platform takes the stress out of online transacting by providing you with one place to do it all. You can transfer funds peer-to-peer or transact digital currency, easily. Want to accept deposits from major credit cards? With Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Apple Pay at hand, you are in control. And now, you can do it all from 24 countries. Easy!

Where you are shouldn’t matter. Whether that’s on the go with your phone, at a public computer while travelling abroad, or simply just from home on a laptop, we have made it easy and flexible for you to live the life you want. With us, you have the freedom to choose where you live and how you live.

We are here to help you. The process of transacting shouldn’t be complicated. And with us, it never will be. Our universal platform is only going to continue expanding; this is the first step, and you’re taking it with us. We’re excited to have you with us and to help you choose to Pay. Your Way.

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