Titanium Payments

The electronic payment industry has become very lucrative over the previous two decades, starting in the late nineties with Cofinity. Cofinity, soon to be renamed PayPal, was the first and most popular of the electronic payment transfer companies. Purchased in eBay in 2002, Paypal remained a subsidiary of eBay until 2015, when it gained its independence. Companies such as PayPal operate online payments systems that allow customers to make financial transactions online and across the world, in an easier and more efficient way than simply using a bank. Titanium Payments is one of these companies, offering to its customers the ability to make online money transfers and other services valuable in the modern commercial arena. Titanium Payments was originally founded in 2000 as Alpha Processing, before it was folded up and merged with the MLS Direct Network during its national launch in 2004. In 2016, Titanium Payments was launched as its own company for the first time, separate from its predecessors. Revolutionary in its structure, Titanium Payments is designed to take profits that would normally accumulate at a corporate level, and funnel them back into local communities and our business partners. As a result, we allow are clients to save more money than any of the other competitors in the industry. Titanium Payments was founded as a response to the flaws in the online payment processing industry, in which merchants using the programs were charged higher fees so that the corporate profits were not impacted, with local street level agents …