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Paisapower.com expand its offline reach, ties up with 50 cybercafes

08-August-2001
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Paisapower.com expand its offline reach, ties up with 50 cybercafes

Paisapower.com has increased its offline reach through an innovative exclusive tie-up with about 50 cybercafes to distribute a wide spectrum of financial products. The cafe is expected to enhance the points of presence of Paisapower.

The distribution of financial products would provide an additional stream of revenues for the cafe owners. They have been provided basic training about financial products and can use the Paisapower extranet for information and initiation and tracking of the fulfillment process. Also, a help desk through phone, chat and mail is being provided.

Paisapower also plans to expand the tie-ups with cybercafes to other cities such as Bangalore and Hyderabad in the near future.

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