In its continuous effort to offer more diverse payment solutions, both domestic and international, Instabill is attending Money 20/20 Europe in Copenhagen, Denmark June 26-28. Instabill will be represented by its founder and CEO, Jason Field, who is open to scheduling meetings with acquiring banks, e-wallet providers as well as competing payment services providers to sign on as members of the Instabill Reseller Program.
Why you should meet with Instabill at Money 20/20 Europe
Firstly, because we offer 60-70 percent revenue sharing.
Second, we can find payment solutions for high risk industries that other providers cannot.
Instabill upgraded its revenue sharing structure in December 2015 to encourage ISOs, competing PSPs and independent agents to send us leads and applications for which we could find viable payment processing solutions. Upon payment processing, our reselling partners receive:
- 60 percent revenue shares on UP TO $1 million in monthly credit card processing
- 70 percent revenue shares on OVER $1 million in monthly credit card processing
Among the many high risk industries for which we can find payment processing solutions include:
- Binary Options
- Multilevel Marketing
- Online Gaming/Gambling (in the U.K.)
- Online Dating
- Travel Agencies
- Tech Support
“We’ve attended Money 20/20 in Las Vegas for the last three years, which has helped us generate many leads and partnerships,” said Mr. Field. “We’re excited to attend Money 20/20 Europe and for the possibilities that await Instabill.”
Though resources for high risk payment processing solutions are its forte, Instabill also has low risk credit card processing solutions as well as resources for POS machines for storefronts and MOTO banking solutions.
About Money 20/20 Europe
Money 20/20 Europe is the second trade show Instabill has attended this year, having traveled to the Ice Totally Gaming show in London in February. Money 20/20 Europe is the largest European Fintech event which draws nearly 4,000 attendees, including 500 CEOs from 1,500 companies and 70 countries.