The company will authorize mobile payment to machines even when the consumer’s card is declined for insufficient funds.
PORTLAND, OR / PayRange Inc., a network for everyday purchases, launched a program to lend support to existing App users at apartments, dorms, and other unattended retail locations as they navigate through the COVID-19 virus outbreak. The program will allow loyal consumers to use washers and dryers even if their card is declined due to insufficient funds, allowing the user to repay at a later date. The same program also works at vending machines on the PayRange network.
PayRange was founded by Paresh Patel, an unattended retail veteran, to provide operators and consumers with a simple and secure mobile payment and loyalty solution for laundry, vending, amusement, and other small ticket merchants. PayRange is the North American leader in mobile payments for unattended retail, with over 3 million users and a network of machines throughout 350 cities and towns in the US and Canada. Find out more at www.payrange.com.