TESOL Coach Master Inc. has partnered with fast-rising Filipino start-up PayMongo to provide its clients and students with an easier and more convenient option to pay their tuition fees. TESOL Coach Master clients can now pay their tuition fees using debit, credit card, over-the counter or e-wallets.
PayMongo is hailed by those in the tech industry as a Filipino startup to watch for in the 2020, given its thrust to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) integrate their respective businesses in the growing digital economy.
PayMongo was launched in June by a founding team that includes CEO Francis Plaza, COO Edwin Lacierda, CTO Jamie Hing and chief growth officer Luis Sia. Since then, more than 5,000 businesses have started using its platform and the startup says its total transaction value processed is growing at an average of 117% week over week. PayMongo’s seed round will be used for hiring, product development, business acquisitions and strategic partnerships.
“We’re looking forward for the good and advanced partnership with PayMongo and we are hoping that it will help our company with our payment options for the benefit of our clients and students”. TESOL Coach Master Inc. President, Mr. Nico James Alagasi – Bantayanon.
TESOL Coach Master Inc. recently awarded as the 2020 National Consumers’ Choice Award as the Most Outstanding Online TESOL Certification Provider. TESOL Coach Master Inc. is currently having 1500 students enrolled and has its partners in Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, India, Nepal and the USA . TESOL Coach Master believes that the company will continue to grow with its advanced, quick and affordable TESOL Certification course.
PayMongo has no setup, monthly or hidden fees. It supports e-wallets like Visa, MasterCard, and GCash.
PayMongo last year has raised $2.7 million in seed funding to give merchants in the Philippines and other Southeast Asian markets simple ways to set up online payments.
Investors included Founders Fund, Peter Thiel and Stripe, with participation from Y Combinator (PayMongo is the first Philippine fintech company it has funded), Global Founders Capital, Soma Capital, Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen and other angel investors.