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TMCNet:  Global Online Marketplace AliExpress Now Accepting WebMoney

[July 16, 2013]

Global Online Marketplace AliExpress Now Accepting WebMoney

MOSCOW, July 16, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- AliExpress, a leading global e-commerce marketplace for consumers, has integrated the WebMoney Transfer payment system The online marketplace AliExpress has today joined the list of more than 50,000 online stores that accept WebMoney. Customers of AliExpress can pay instantly and securely for their purchases using WebMoney purses.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130716/626628 ) WebMoney users can easily purchase their desired products on AliExpress, regardless of which purse they have their funds stored - an auto currency exchange occurs during the payment process.

AliExpress is a fast-growing global shopping platform, offering more than 54 million products at wholesale prices with delivery to almost all countries around the world. Payment on AliExpress is powered by Alipay, a leading third-party payment solution. The site offers AliExpress Buyer Protection which holds the payment until the buyer is satisfied with the purchase. Combined with WebMoney, this ensures that the seller gets paid only if he or she fulfills all obligations under the transaction agreement.

"The addition of WebMoney as an AliExpress payment option further enhances the flexibility we can offer our customers around the world and in our key markets such as Russia," says Jason Liu, Senior Manager, AliExpress Russia. "WebMoney is one of the most popular payment options in Russia and the surrounding areas - we believe that our local customers will benefit from a seamless payment experience." About WebMoney WebMoney Transfer (http://www.wmtransfer.com ) is a global settlement system with over 21 million accounts using multi-currency e-purses worldwide. Dozens of thousands of shops and services accept WebMoney payments.

The system enables Internet users to conduct safe and instant transactions using WebMoney (WM-units). No bank account or credit card is required to open or operate a WebMoney account. Users can Top-up their WebMoney-purses by a bank wire, via e-money and internet-banking accounts or by prepaid cards.

WebMoney Transfer also provides online financial services, P2P payment solutions, internet-trading platforms, merchant services and online billing systems.

About AliExpress Launched in 2010, AliExpress (http://www.aliexpress.com ) is a leading global e-commerce marketplace made up of small business sellers that offer a wide variety of consumer products at great prices. With more than 54 million products in 26 major product categories as of the end of March 2013, AliExpress is dedicated to bringing unique products to its 7.7 million registered users in more than 200 countries and regions. AliExpress is a business within Alibaba Group.

Contact Vyacheslav Andryuschenko, PR Manager, andryuschenko@webmoney.ru SOURCE WebMoney Transfer http://rt.prnewswire.com/rt.gif?NewsItemId=enUK201307098485&Transmission_Id=201307160400PR_NEWS_USPR_____enUK201307098485&DateId=20130716

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