New partnership puts five £50 MAC vouchers and five Little Mistress dresses up for grabs to celebrate providing fashion-conscious girls with an easy and secure way to spend their cash allowances and pocket money online
London, May 2013 – Online cash payment provider, Ukash, has joined forces with fashion website Little Mistress to provide girls aged 16-25 years old with a new way to spend their cash allowances and pocket money. To celebrate the new partnership, Ukash and Little Mistress have five £50 MAC make-up vouchers and five Little Mistress dresses to give away. In addition customers who register with Little Mistress will benefit from 15% off their first order.
Ukash is the simple way to turn cash into online spending money without the need for a bank account or credit card. Cash can be turned into Ukash at more than 25,000 retail outlets across the UK and 460,000 worldwide, including corner shops and newsagents, petrol stations and kiosks. The unique 19 digit Ukash code can then be used to pay directly on any of the thousands of websites which accept Ukash transactions, or loaded onto prepaid cards and e-wallets.
For a chance to win one of the MAC make-up vouchers, shoppers simply register on the Little Mistress website – www.little-mistress.co.uk/competitions
“Little Mistress is fast becoming the frontrunner in catwalk style at prices young fashionistas can afford,” says Malcolm Berg, Director of Merchant Services of Ukash. “With many young consumers unable to access a bank account or credit card, our online cash payment method is ideal. It’s also great for shoppers who want to keep control of their spending and avoid large credit card bills.
“Now Little Mistress customers can splash their cash on that fairy tale prom dress or update their summer wardrobe safely with just a few clicks and a Ukash code.”
Georgios Chiotis, E-commerce Director at Little Mistress adds, “We are really excited to launch this competition with Ukash, as we like spoiling our customers, and this is the perfect full package treat. Little Mistress has always been generous with competition prizes: from limited edition GHD goodies and brand new wardrobes, to £500 of spending money and office style makeovers, our giveaways engage customers and give them an extra reason to add Little Mistress to the top of their favourite fashion brands.
“This competition is the best match for the Little Mistress girls: a gorgeous make-up range, stunning dresses, and an easy payment method – what more can you ask? We know that this competition is a fantastic opportunity to increase brand awareness for us and Ukash, and cement this perfect partnership in the public eye!”
The maximum single value of a Ukash voucher is £200/€250 and the maximum amount that can be held by an individual customer is £1,000/€1,250 – in both cases the equivalents in other currencies apply.
For further press information or interviews please contact the Ukash Press Office at HSL: Wendy Harrison, Jenny Thorneywork or Clare Watson. 0208 977 9132. [email protected]
Notes to Editors
Ukash is the Global e-Money Network and internationally recognised e-commerce cash payment method that enables consumers around the world to use cash to shop, pay and play online safely, securely and conveniently. This secure payment method was developed to protect personal identity and financial information when making online transactions, reducing the threat of credit and debit card fraud for consumers and repudiations and charge-backs for retailers. Ukash has no age limit, so consumers of all ages can make the most of safe payment online.
Ukash codes are purchased with cash in retail outlets such as shops, petrol stations and kiosks, and issued online from the company’s website. The unique 19 digit codes can then be used to pay directly on any of the thousands of websites that accept Ukash transactions worldwide, or loaded onto prepaid cards and e-wallets.
Established in 2001 under the holding company Smart Voucher Ltd, Ukash® has grown to more than 460,000 physical points of purchase, and is available in more than 50 countries around the world in 6 continents.
Ukash is regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The maximum single value allowed is £200/€250 or equivalent in other currencies, and the maximum amount that can be held by an individual customer is £1,000/€1,250 or equivalent in other currencies.
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