PaymentsInter&Co joins Amazon’s Payment Service Provider Program

Allowing Inter, as a super app, to promote Brazilian entrepreneurs to sell through the largest marketplace in the world
PRNewswire PRNewswireNovember 30, 20224 min

Inter&Co (NASDAQ: INTR | B3:INBR32), a leading Brazilian Super App offering a complete range of services in banking, investments, credit, insurance, shopping and remittance-related services, announced that it has joined Amazon’s Payment Service Provider (PSP) Program.

The program requires any seller who uses PSP for revenue collecting to work with an Amazon-approved provider. Inter’s Brazilian clients – who are sellers with Amazon US -will now be able to receive and send payments directly to their Inter accounts.

Amazon launched the program in March 2021 as part of its ongoing efforts to be the most dependable e-commerce marketplace for customers and retailers around the world. The program aims to enhance the ability to detect, prevent, and take action against potential bad actors while protecting customers from fraud and abuse. As of today, the program currently has 28 providers registered by Amazon worldwide, including Inter.

Aloisio Matos, Head of Cross-Border at Inter, commented, “Becoming a certified provider with Amazon is an important milestone for Inter as we continue supporting our commitment of making our client’s lives easier and helping them achieve their financial goals. To make this happen, we have swiftly and successfully implemented significant technical and security developments. We are excited to see this development as it brings benefits and peace of mind to our users.”

This new feature highlights Inter’s strength as a super app and underscores its commitment to supporting its community by empowering entrepreneurs in their quest to grow.

Brazil is among the fastest-growing countries globally in terms of e-commerce and the rapid adoption of digital payments, creating a great market opportunity for Inter. Our presence in both US and Brazil uniquely positions us to serve Brazilian Amazon sellers with innovation and quality,” concluded Matos.

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