With unemployment growing at a worrying rate, we’re seeing a lot more people finding themselves in hot water when it comes to their finances.
The company has been around since 2016 and has to date “treated” (its term for customers that it has touched and interacted with) some 10 million customers, on behalf of its enterprise clients.
A lot of the focus in the world of online payments — perhaps understandably — has been on the payments themselves.
“The economic impact of COVID-19 is leaving a lot of people in a bad financial situation,” he said.
And that social angle was what convinced Kaminsky to join him in building the company.

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