PayPo CEO Radosław Nawrocki revealed during Cashless Breakfast plans on cooperation with Visa
Polish fintech PayPo, one of the leaders of the Polish deferred payments market, will introduce payment cards with the Visa logo. The cards will be virtual and can be added to digital wallets such as Apple Pay and Google Pay. Current plans assume that the cards will appear in PayPo's offer in the first quarter of next year. It will be possible to pay with them both in the e-commerce environment and in stationary shops.
PayPo's plans related to the launch of a new product were revealed by the company's CEO Radosław Nawrocki during the Cashless Breakfast held in Warsaw on Tuesday. This is a cyclical meeting of experts in the form of a business breakfast, during which we discuss the most important topics in the field of modern technology and finance. The last Cashless Breakfast was devoted to deferred payments.
The meeting was attended by dozens of experts from companies specialising in offering deferred payments. The event opened with a presentation of a report on deferred payments in Poland in 2021. A speech on Visa's approach to this service was delivered by Igor Zacharjasz from Visa Innovation Studio. This was followed by a panel discussion with Radosław Nawrocki, as well as Adrian Kurowski, head of Visa in Poland, and Adam Miziołek, head of Twisto in Poland. A report from today's Cashless Breakfast will soon be available on cashless.pl.
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Details of the new product being launched by PayPo in collaboration with Visa are expected to be revealed soon. Meanwhile, it is worth recalling that Twisto is already issuing payment cards in cooperation with Visa's competitors. In this case, the cards are virtual, but plastic can also be ordered. With them, customers have access to a credit limit for deferred payments and can also use it in stationary shops.