What is a Rolling Reserve? The rolling reserve is a significant buyer protection policy used to create a “buffer” for the future chargebacks. It is usually applied at the very beginning of the merchant account activity for a certain period of time, for example 180 days, during which the acquiring […]
See the top features of VoguePay that VoguePay merchants use the most. Know why they are using them and figure out how to set them up easily.
Michael Simeon, the co-founder and CEO of VoguePay had an exclusive chat with PowerFM; a leading South Africa online radio where he addressed key issues on online payment, cyber security and the role that VoguePay is playing to connect small businesses in Africa with a global audience.
What is social media listening? It is a process through which persons or businesses monitor conversations on digital media platforms in order to identify and assess what their audience and competitors are talking about them or the industry. It is called ‘listening’ but it is more of tracking. It is […]
Cash on Delivery as a payment option, is it a blessing or a curse? On the surface, Cash on Delivery is a payment option. From another angle, it is an incentive. Startups use it as a form of assurance mechanism that buyers get utmost value for their money. That is, […]
The world is becoming more ‘E’ on a daily basis. There is a place for almost, if not all, every type, size and form of business on the Internet today. The future is bright really. Evolving technologies in web and App development are using algorithms and codes to teach business […]
Why do I need office sharing? Businesses in early stage always look into how to spend less to achieve more. Leveraging on a number is what many startups and SMEs are yet to fully tap into. There are a lot of burdens that startups can share with other businesses in […]
I would not know how many people feel this hot sensation that travels down the spine when you are told that funds have been sent to you but after four days. Expecting funds for a long time could be a nightmare. Apart from waiting for ages to receive an alert, […]
‘In 1996, the first known and documented version of a PPC was included in a web directory called Planet Oasis. This was a desktop application featuring links to informational and commercial web sites, and it was developed by Ark Interface II, a division of Packard Bell NEC Computers.’ – Wikipedia. Innovation creates […]
Thanks to the internet, protocols, networks, Reuters, and the World Wide Web (www), the world is becoming smaller and smaller. Come to think of it, what is actually making the world grow smaller? Information, I guess. Access to more information increases by the minute. A piece of information that would […]