Gaining customer confidence for Global Immigration Services
When you offer a professional service to clients all over the world, you need to quickly build confidence and trust. GIS Visa has grown by 10% per year since choosing PayPal.
As eCommerce, the internet, blockbuster films and international travel shrink the world, more and more people want to work, study or holiday abroad. That’s where Global Immigration Services (GIS Visa) comes in. It was founded to help people get the e-visas they need quickly and conveniently, avoiding the delays and complications of traditional visa application processes.
Building confidence with customers around the globe.When you provide a professional service online – especially one that deals with confidential, personal information – it’s important to quickly establish credibility, confidence and trust with potential customers. GIS Visa wanted a payments partner with a widely known and trusted name that could support its promise of a “faster, safer and cheaper” service.
While security and trust are key, the business also wanted to make its online payment process convenient and easy to use.
Partnering with a well-known brand to win customers’ trust.GIS Visa chose PayPal because of its “convenience and global reputation”. Seeing the PayPal logo on its site gives customers confidence, and a secure, simple way to pay, wherever they are.
Turnover increasing by 10% each year.GIS Visa has customers in more than 20 countries and now processes more than 100 international transactions per day through PayPal.
PayPal’s security and world-class anti-fraud technology works to protect the business and its clients from the risk of data leaks, while the user-friendly PayPal web interface makes managing multi-currency transactions quick and easy.
Since partnering with PayPal, GIS Visa’s turnover has increased by 10% every year.
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