VoguePay makes multi-channel and cross-currency transactions safer, cheaper and more accessible for businesses and consumers in Africa and internationally. Merchants can send and receive money using card, bank transfers and mobile payment options. Dubbed as the payment bridge connecting Africa and the rest of the world, VoguePay has over 50,000 international merchants spread across 4 continents in North America, Asia, Europe and Africa.
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Dec 24, 2018
The CEO of VoguePay, Michael Femi Simeon has won the online payment leadership award. Michael Femi Simeon, CEO of VoguePay, a popular online payment gateway in Nigeria, has been named Payment Personality Leader of the year at African Prize for Leadership Awards. The award, supported by Forbes Africa and NEPAD, celebrates national icons with proven… Login to read full content Username or Email Address
VoguePay Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was VoguePay founded?
VoguePay was founded in 2012.
Where is VoguePay's headquarters?
VoguePay's headquarters is located at Level 39, One Canada Square, London.
Who are VoguePay's competitors?
Competitors of VoguePay include Ozow and 1 more.
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