October 7, 2022

London-based online payments company AstroPay has launched a new affiliate program that will see the FinTech partner with other brands and content creators to help promote its global services.
As the firm said in a Tuesday (Aug. 9) news release, affiliate partners will be able to access to special deals where they can generate income on an ongoing basis for every new user that joins the payment platform through their channel. The program offers a commission of up to 20% of the revenue generated by referrals.
AstroPay will welcome a diverse range of partners including platforms, comparison sites and content creators in the payment industry as well iGaming, forex trading and others, per the release.
The program will be available across countries where AstroPay operates in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe.
“I am excited to see our new program go live today,” AstroPay Head of Affiliates Leonardo Alonso said in the announcement. “The Affiliate Programme is a new way of doing business with AstroPay. All those who are professionally dedicated to affiliate marketing will be very welcome and we look forward to working together and rewarding partners.”
Founded in 2009, AstroPay is a pioneer in global payment solutions and popular digital wallet with millions of users around the world. With offices in the U.K. and Latin America, it has extensive experience in multiple markets and helps merchants to cater to an international clientele by enabling them to accept local payment methods.
For example, in March the company launched its Payment Links solution in Peru, Chile, Mexico and Colombia, following the first Latin American rollout in Brazil at the beginning of the year.
Read more: AstroPay Payment Links Introduced in More Latam Countries
Payment links have proven a popular method of collecting payments in many Latin American countries due to their low set-up costs and minimal technological requirements.
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