By chance you’ve heard of a little company named PayPal. Perhaps you’ve used their Digital Payment services. Maybe you noticed the ease with which transactions occur. Now go back in time, and imagine what it would be like to invest in PayPal right after its original IPO in 2002…
Behind every great company is an effective business model. While PayPal dominates the domestic market, the global market is still wide open. This is where QPAGOS steps in. You may not have heard of them. But then again – when did you first hear of PayPal?
Already the de facto “Paypal” for Mexicans, Qpagos is quickly becoming “The Paypal for Latin Americans“…
OTC QB: QPAG
Revenue at Digital Payment Company SKYROCKETED from $137,250 to $1,510,365 in JUST One Year!
This would be equivalent to 1,400% Profit
If The Market Cap were ZERO!
Do we have your attention yet? Preliminary due diligence on QPAG reveals…
Proven revenue growth of 1,004% annually
Over 700 payment kiosks
Contracts with some of the biggest corporations in Latin America
Already known as “The Paypal of Mexico”
Possibly becoming “The Paypal of Latin America”
U.S. based QPAGOS delivers state-of-the-art digital payment services to consumers and service providers in Mexico where 60% of the adult population does not have a bank account and where 80% of personal payments are made in cash. It operates a network of self-service kiosks and applications that are designed to provide more convenient payment alternatives for consumers and more efficient billing for service providers.
QPAGOS (Symbol: QPAG) is different from other online payment services. They understand the Latin American market.
QPAG operates a network of self-service kiosks across Mexico where users can deposit cash directly into the kiosk. No other digital payment provider currently offers a service like this.
QPAG is well established throughout Mexico, and has very little competition there.
QPAG, similar to PayPal, could change the way the world thinks about digital payments. By making digital payments accessible to consumers who do not have access to bank accounts, Qpagos has built a business model that caters to the world’s most rapidly growing countries. This means potential for continued growth at exponential rates.
QPAG already reported $887,490 in revenue during just the first three months of 2016, putting it on track to post over $5 million in revenue for the year with even modest growth. Qpagos’ revenue growth is still in the hundreds of percentage points annually!
It’s extremely rare to find a company with explosive growth that hasn’t been priced at high valuations by the market. But that’s exactly what we’re seeing with Qpagos.
An extensive network of self-service kiosks, point-of-sale terminals and mobile apps.
Contracts with over 160 service providers across the country, including mobile networks (Telcel and Movistar), cable operators like SKY and DISH, national housing lender Infoavit, and even official government bureaus.
More than 700 self-service kiosks across Mexico.
$1,510,369 in revenue for the year ended December 31, 2015 and almost $1 million in the first quarter of 2016.
1,004% year-over-year revenue growth.
QPAG is primed for continuation higher and these four catalysts support its potential breakout:
1. QPAG has very impressive revenue growth, showing a 1,004% increase from $137,250 to $1,510,369. This shows the business model works!
2. QPAG is a household-name in Mexico, which gives name and brand recognition.
3. QPAG has valuable relationships with some of Mexico’s biggest businesses and government agencies. This is a level of endorsement which is unparalleled in Latin American countries.
4. QPAG has a unique market strategy which no other online payments processor possesses: a physical network of payment kiosks and terminals where QPAGOS customers can deposit cash directly – bypassing the need for a bank account.
Check out QPAGOS website at: http://www.qpagos.com/en
We’ll let you continue your due diligence and we’ll get back to you with updates in the near future.
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