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Paysera extends exclusive agreement with payments provider Contis for additional 3 years

European payments provider, Contis, today announced the renewal of its partnership with Paysera for another three year term.

Headquartered in Vilnius Lithuania, Paysera is one of the fastest growing fintechs in the Baltic region. It offers banking, e-commerce, ticketing and other digital services to customers worldwide. Since 2015, Contis has been an exclusive partner, providing white label payment card solutions and access to the Visa network. These are embedded with Paysera’s platform through Contis’ proprietary APIs.

 The renewed agreement will give Paysera’s customers added flexibility and choice. New benefits will include virtual cards, access to Faster Payments for instant transfers in the UK, and soon include Apple Pay and other new features.

 Airidas Puodžiūnas, General Manager of Contis Lithuania, said: “We are very pleased to be extending our relationship with Paysera. This fintech pushes the boundaries of consumer finance in the Baltics and beyond, enjoying impressive growth that shows just how popular its services are. Our partnership will help boost its product offer across key markets including Bulgaria, Romania and the rest of Europe.” 


Vytenis Morkūnas

 Vytenis Morkūnas, CEO of Paysera, said: “We started working with Contis four years ago issuing Debit cards to Paysera clients. This new deal is exciting as together we will be providing a range of valuable new services. It really shows the importance of our long term relationship with Contis as a trusted partner.”


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