PayNearMe Rolls Out Online Cash Acceptance Service, Raises $10 Million

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3:50 PM EDT January 23rd, 2013

PayNearMe has launched a new service allowing businesses to accept cash for online payments. The service, titled PayNearMe Express, is aimed at businesses such as rental, lending, collections, education and insurance, according to The Paypers.

PayNearMe has also announced a $10 million investment that it will use to expand its business.

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