Dropbox teams up with Adyen to accept payments 

Wednesday 4 March 2015 | 11:27 CET | News
Online file storage service Dropbox selected Adyen to provide international payments services across 12 European countries. Payment options will soon expand to include countries in Latin America and Asia, such as Brazil, Mexico and Japan. Customers are now able to purchase Dropbox via direct debit across 12 countries in Europe, with additional European payment methods to be added in the coming months. Furthermore, Dropbox will work with Adyen to expand to additional international markets later in 2015.

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