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Andrei M. Marinescu
Andrei M. MarinescuHunter@malaparte · growth+marketing at Albert
Came across Mango in a discussion about how to best manage international payments for U.S.-based companies, particularly in LatAm.
Pablo Sanchez
Pablo Sanchez@pablosanchez · CEO, Mango
@malaparte Andrei, thanks a lot for posting. Mango is focused on companies based in LatAm. Companies based in the U.S. can use other players available in the U.S. market and receive payments there. Now, if you are creating branches on LatAm countries (Uber comes to mind), then you'd definitely use Mango. Hope that clarifies a little bit the situation!
Josh Lee
Josh Lee@lee94josh · UPenn
Just scrolled through the website. Didn't find one graphic or line of copy that explained why I would use this over other major players (ie. Stripe)
Pablo Sanchez
Pablo Sanchez@pablosanchez · CEO, Mango
@lee94josh Hi Joshua! Well, there's a really big reason: Mango is available in Latin America. Stripe and other major players are not. So, if you are located in LatAm, Mango is the way to go. If you are based in the U.S., Canada or other countries outside LatAm, then you definitely can use Stripe, Braintree or WePay.
Tim Peterson
Tim PetersonHiring@timrpeterson
@lee94josh I agree. Very nice looking site, but I want to know more and its not obvious how to do that. Can someone help?
Pablo Sanchez
Pablo Sanchez@pablosanchez · CEO, Mango
@timrpeterson yes, you can drop an email to hola@getmango.com. I'll personally respond to it. We're in Private Beta at the moment.
Tim Peterson
Tim PetersonHiring@timrpeterson
@pablosanchez do you do Bitcoin?
Pablo Sanchez
Pablo Sanchez@pablosanchez · CEO, Mango
@timrpeterson we're currently supporting credit cards. We've been approached by different players in the bitcoin space, in order to integrate them into our platform. We have to hit other milestones first, but we'll do it down the road.