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This article was published on May 15, 2013


    Stripe clone Paymill now lets merchants accept more credit cards, including American Express

    Stripe clone Paymill now lets merchants accept more credit cards, including American Express Image by: John Moore
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    Paymill, the digital payment service and Stripeclone started by the Samwer brothers’ Rocket Internet accelerator, is today announcing that it now enables merchants to accept multiple credit cards.

    After integrating big brands like MasterCard and VISA earlier, Paymill now also offers American Express, Diners Club and other credit cards.

    In addition, merchants can now accept payments with Paymill all over Europe in 120 transaction currencies, and 23 payout currencies.

    On top of that, Paymill now lets merchants add invoicing and notifications to their account, basically enabling them to send out automated, branded invoices to their clients.

    Paymill was founded in Munich, Germany, in June 2012 by CEO Mark Henkel, and currently operates in 34 countries across Europe and other regions.

    The company is backed by Rocket Internet, Holtzbrinck Ventures, Sunstone Capital and Blumberg Capital.

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