Domain marketplace adds a credit card popular with business users.
Domain name marketplace Sedo has added six new payment methods, and it’s notable because one of them resolves a common gripe I hear about the platform: not accepting American Express.
American Express is very common for business credit cards, and not accepting it for domain transactions created one more hoop for businesses to jump through when buying a domain name.
In addition to American Express, Sedo added Cartes Bancaires (CC), iDeal, Trustly, giropay and Klarna Pay Now. Note that’s not Klarna’s buy now pay later option.
The company now accepts 12 payment methods, including four different credit card networks. The only somewhat-major U.S. network it’s missing is Discover.
“The only somewhat-major U.S. network missing is Discover.”
I always considered Discover (NYSE: DFS) and American Express (NYSE: AXP) the “black sheep”
It seems those two charge more, since they process own transactions and issue their own cards.
Great work as always, Andrew. More the merrier, that’s what i always say.
They need a payment plan option.