June 1, 2017 at 12:53 pm #14195AnonymousPennies: 0
Flat Fee Model to be a Game Changer and Disrupt the European Online Payment Market
MIAMI, FL / ACCESSWIRE / May 31, 2017 / GH Capital, Inc. (OTCQB: GHHC), a diversified holding company, today announced that its online payment service, ClickDirectPay (clickdirectpay.com), introduced a new pricing model consisting of a flat fee rather than a percentage of sales.
ClickDirectPay’s model offers clear transparency and the most competitive pricing to its merchants. All others payment processors, including banks, credit card firms and even PayPal, charge merchants a percentage of the processing volume and a transaction fee. GH Capital’s ClickDirectPay.com, now utilizes the following “flat fee” model.
The new flat fee structures are under three plans:
Plan M for 9.99 Euro flat fee for 31-500 transactions per month
Plan L for 49.99 Euro flat fee for 501-2,500 transactions per month
Plan XL for 99.99 Euro flat fee for 2,501-6,000 transactions per month
The new fee structures include no monthly fee, no setup fee, no minimum contract term, no notice period, and free processing for the first 30 transactions each month.
ClickDirectPay estimates that is will grow to process for 10,000 merchants over the next 12 months.
Mr. Wolfgang Ruecker, Chief Executive Officer of GH Capital, commented, “We believe our new pricing model for ClickDirectPay is revolutionary and a game changer for the online payments industry in Europe. We are optimistic of ClickDirectPay gaining market penetration over the next 12 months.”
About GH Capital
GH Capital, Inc. (OTCQB: GHHC) is a FinTech holding company and offers a going public process advisory. The Company has developed an online payment option called “ClickDirectPay” to process online wire transfer transactions for diversified online merchants with a target market in Europe.
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SOURCE: GH Capital, Inc.
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