PayPorte, your preferred online store, has been awarded for its outstanding performance as the eCommerce company of the year, amidst the market players in the Nigerian online shopping industry.
This was made known at the recent CBN Cashless Card Expo 2016, held at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
According to CBN Card Expo, PayPorte earned this award based on its fair product pricing and quality, as well as effective corporate social responsibility campaigns.
The CEO of PayPorte, Eyo Bassey said he is impressed and encouraged with the award and according him, “to be awarded the e-commerce company of the year amidst other market players is an honour and would not be taken for granted. We will always ensure we maintain and sustain the standard, while keeping our customers happy all the time”. He went further to state that to remain sustainable in the industry, cash on delivery was not a sustainable approach and that PayPorte was doing everything possible to ensure various payment options were made available to its customers.
Head, Corporate Strategy & Planning, Irene Kayoma said that the award was truly deserved and showed that value is constantly being created; “We are glad that Nigerians appreciate all the effort PayPorte is putting in and we are positive to create more value for all our customers in the months to come”. She went on to use the medium to thank Nigerians for shopping with PayPorte.
Lilian Ekwedike-Ranganath, the event coordinator, said she was highly impressed with the high turnout of voters for PayPorte; “This really shows how happy their customers are with the value they are creating”. She said she believed PayPorte truly deserved the award and urged them not to relent.
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