Global Trade Fusion to Implement New Pago System on

September 26, 2008

The incorporation of Pago as an alternative payment system provides customers with a greater range of options and acts to further differentiate from its competitors.

Auckland, New Zealand (PRnine – September 26, 2008) – Global Trade Fusion’s Deal-a-Day (, an online website featuring bargains on brand name consumer goods on a revolving basis, announced it will be implementing Pago as a payment option on October 15, 2008. Designed to cater the needs of consumers who do not wish to use credit cards as a form of payment, the move to incorporate Pago as a payment alternative further differentiates DealaDay from its competitors. Although only two months into business, Pago and the other unqiue characteristics of DealaDay earned the company a feature at, where the company was described as a “promising” and “smart” startup. offers discounts on the order of 40 to 60 percent on a variety of goods and services, ranging from designer perfumes to bungee jumping excursions to brand name electronics. Recently featured products on DealaDay include Microsoft’s Sidewinder(R) Gaming Mouse, Davidoff’s(R) Cool Water Cologne, and a Swarovski Austrian Crystal Ring. DealaDay is able to offer a these products and more at deep discounts because each promotion is only available for a period of 24 hour hours or until supplies run out.

Unlike its competitors, DealaDay rewards customers for purchases made through the company with its DAD$ rewards system, which are collected on all purchases made through DealaDay and are redeemable towards future purchases. DealaDay also offers special promotions, such as raffles on Playstation 3 consoles, periodically. All transactions made on DealaDay are processed through a secure server to protect the privacy of its customers. is a subsidiary of Global Trade Fusion, a company founded in 2005 by Dinesh Kaku.

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