IPGPAY announces it is now offering American Express as a payment option to its eCommerce merchants


  • IPGPAY is an Asia-Pacific payment gateway provider, headquartered in Hong Kong and offering diverse payment solutions across the region.
  • IPGPAY is now an approved eCommerce gateway offering American Express to approved IPGPAY merchants, allowing their customers another payment option.

​IPGPAY Limited (IPGPAY) is pleased to announce that it has now been certified by American Express as an approved payment gateway.

This new certification allows approved IPGPAY merchants to accept payment by the American Express cards.

The already extensive acquiring options available to IPGPAY merchants include both mainstream credit and debit cards such as Visa, MasterCard and now American Express as well as selected Alternative Payment Methods relevant to individual countries in the region.

Alan Conder, Executive Director of IPGPAY said:

“We are delighted to offer another payment option to our merchants and their customers. It has been very important for us to add this acceptance method to our already extensive offering of payment types. Our first merchant will start processing over the next few days and we know many more will follow.”

About IPGPAY Limited

IPG Holdings Limited (IPGH) entered the online payment and e-commerce market in 1997 with the vision of becoming a global force in the delivery of full-service, state-of-the-art payment gateway solutions.  In 2010, with IPG already represented in Europe, North America and Australia, IPG International Limited was established in Hong Kong to develop tailored e-commerce solutions for the Asia-Pacific region.

IPGPAY Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of IPGH, was established in early 2012 as a direct-to-merchant solutions provider using the IPG gateway platform.  Our Hong Kong-based team of experts are committed to providing our merchants with high-quality support to insure the success of their online business.

IPGPAY has offices in Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney. See

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