eBillMe, a provider of payment systems for electronic commerce, has introduced eBillMe Walk-In, a means for online shoppers to pay with cash instead of using a credit card or drawing on a bank account. The vendor said it has partnered with a number of providers, including MoneyGram International, to assemble the largest network of U.S.-based walk-in locations for payment. The eBillme platform includes a rewards program and buyer protection, giving consumers the benefits of credit cards without incurring debt or additional fees. For merchants, Walk-In offers an opportunity to tap into a new consumer market, the company said. Upon selecting eBillme Walk-In, online shoppers will be sent an eBill which can be paid through online banking or by presenting a printed copy to one of more than 75,000 walk-in locations throughout the U.S. When shoppers choose the eBillme option at checkout, their orders are confirmed with eBills sent to their e-mail addresses. Transactions occur securely, bank to bank, with no personal or financial information required or transmitted over the internet. Buyer-protection features include a best-price guarantee, in-transit protection and fraud protection.
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