Rye Brook, NY—February 2, 2011— Online shoppers have another reason to score big when they checkout on Fathead.com thanks to the addition of a new payment option that’s completely debt-free. The leading brand of officially licensed sports and entertainment wall graphics will now offer eBillme™, a safe and secure way to pay with cash online using online banking and walk-in locations. Now online shoppers who prefer to pay with cash will have a safe, easy, and convenient way to checkout without a credit card.
About eBillmeeBillme™ is the most secure way to shop online and pay with cash. It brings the security and convenience of online banking to the eCommerce checkout every time. Consumers can shop online, by catalog or through call centers, and pay for their purchases using online banking or by paying the bill at over 75,000 walk-in locations. No financial data is exposed and the payment transaction is securely transferred from the customer’s bank to the retailer’s bank. eBillme helps retailers increase sales while lowering transaction fees and offers consumers a debt-free shopping experience with buyer protection, cash-back rewards and an online Debt-Free Shopping Mall offering a wide selection of products and leading gift card brands. For more information, please visit www.eBillme.com, eBillme’s Gift Cards Mall or the eBillme blog.
About FatheadFathead LLC is the industry leader in officially licensed sports and entertainment graphic products and the most passionate brand for enthusiasts to bring their favorite inspiration to life. Fathead offers thousands of exciting products across over 400 licenses; including; NFL, MLB, NASCAR, NBA, WNBA, MLS, NHL, WWE, UFC, AHL, Live Nation, Lucasfilm, Marvel Characters, Disney Consumer Products, Nickelodeon/Viacom Consumer Products and Warner Brothers. Fathead’s flagship “Real Big:” is the officially licensed life-size, high definition wall graphics of professional athletes, animated heroes, entertainment characters, team helmets and logos. Fathead is designed and manufactured in Ohio and Michigan. For more information, visit www.fathead.com.