Online jeweller, www.make-me-beautiful.co.uk, announce that they will accept Ukash vouchers from April 2013
PR Log - Mar 21, 2013 - The growth of online shopping is one of the few bright spots in retailing today, yet there are still more consumers than expected who are unable to purchase items online. Online jewellery shop, Make Me Beautiful (http://www.make-me-beautiful.co.uk) announce that they will accept UKash voucher from April, enabling buyers to spend cash with them.
"Buyers without credit or debit cards are typically neglected by British ebusinesses," explained Misae Richwoods, founder of Make Me Beautiful. "If you're too young to have one, or cannot or will not have a credit card, cash is your main way of buying things. Partnering with UKash will enable us to better serve this small but important group".
UKash is a payment service that allows users to exchange cash into vouchers at any of the thousands of PayPoint machines around the country. These vouchers can then be spent online at enrolled retailers.
"UKash is basically money turned digital," spoke Victoria Watmough of UKash. "You can get it at over 420,000 locations in 55 countries and when you spend with participating retailers we'll even give you the change back as a new unique code. When you spend online, the payment is instant and the retailer can send you your goods immediately. It's quick and easy and you'll never need worry about your card details being stolen with Ukash."
Make Me Beautiful will begin accepting UKash voucher codes against it's entire range of jewellery from April 2013. Users will checkout as usual, and can select Ukash from the range of supported payment options on the site. The user can then input their voucher code on Ukash's secure servers and the order's status will be updated to paid in real time.
"Accepting UKash underlines our commitment to providing retail the way our customers want it," concluded Richwoods. "Finally our younger shoppers and those who've always shied away from credit have equal status with plastic money fans."
About Make Me Beautiful
Make Me Beautiful was the first site that made clip on earrings sexy and stylish again. Whilst other sites focus on peddling Pat Butcher's left overs, Make Me Beautiful curates a fashion forward collection of the best of Britain's talent with over 1,000 lines from leading designers all in clip on, screw on, spring loaded or other non-pierced designs. Make Me Beautiful serves customers in over 30 nations and three languages via it's online web store at www.make-me-beautiful.co.uk together with partner sites from it's headquarters in Wimbledon, London and customer service centre in Florida, USA. Make Me Beautiful is a trading name of Rising Dragon Enterprises Ltd.