Allied Wallet Offers More Ways to Pay

| May 02, 2012

Allied Wallet has announced that processing merchants can now accept Diners Club credit cards. Allied Wallet prides itself on offering merchants the features and tools that enable them to see success in their business. Amongst Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, and China UnionPay, merchants can now offer Diners Club cards to their customers and accept payments and settlements in multiple currencies.
 
Diners Club has had a stable stance in credit card services since the year 1950 when they issued their first charge cards, dubbed as the "travel and entertainment card." Originally these cards were aimed towards frequent travelers and high income consumers. They carried no credit line and balances were required to be paid upon receipt.
 
Diners Club has seen its fair share of competition over the past 60 years; however, it still holds its place in the wallets of consumers. Diners Club cards are issued in over 200 countries and 70 local currencies. Allied Wallet enables consumers from all over the globe to send their payments more comfortably from their Diners Club cards.
 
 

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