Business Editors/Retail Writers/Technology Editors
     TIMONIUM, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 23, 2008--Bill Me Later, Inc. has announced that QVC, Inc., one of the largest multimedia retailers in the world, has added the Bill Me Later ® alternative payment method to further enhance the shopping experience for its valued customers online, in the call center and via automated phone service.
     Bill Me Later is the only alternative payment technology available online and in call centers, and vastly improves the customer experience, delivering cutting-edge convenience and flexibility.
     â€œBill Me Later was an attractive choice for QVC in delivering an alternative payment solution to our customers. Through our alliance with Bill Me Later, QVC is further enhancing our customers’ shopping experience,” said Mark Tabak, QVC’s vice president of administration.
     â€œQVC, a market leader in retail, has surpassed many traditional retailers with its scope, size and high industry standards for sales and service. At Bill Me Later we work closely with our merchants to understand the needs of their consumers and their business goals,” said Bill Me Later, Inc. Vice President of Marketing Vince Talbert. “QVC needed a partner to deliver a multichannel product offering, and we were able to meet the demands of their sophisticated services. QVC is the ideal multichannel partner for Bill Me Later and we look forward to serving their customers with the flexibility, convenience and ease of alternative payments.”
     About QVC, Inc.
     QVC, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Liberty Media Corporation attributed to the Liberty Interactive Group (Nasdaq: LINTA), is one of the largest multimedia retailers in the world, with annual revenue of more than $7 billion. QVC is committed to providing its customers with thousands of the most innovative and contemporary beauty, fashion, jewelry and home products. Its programming is distributed to more than 166 million homes worldwide. The company’s Web site,, is ranked among the top general merchant Internet sites. With subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan, West Chester, Pa.-based QVC has shipped more than a billion packages in its 22-year history.
     About Bill Me Later, Inc.
     Bill Me Later, Inc. is a new breed of technology company, offering next-generation payment and marketing solutions. The company is a leader in the digital payments industry with its popular Bill Me Later® product and flexible financing programs. The rapidly growing Bill Me Later network enables top-tier retailers and travel providers to attract high value customers with an effortless payment experience. In the small business sector Bill Me Later, Inc. is pioneering payments with the Bill Me Later® Business service tailored specifically for the small business buyer.
     The Bill Me Later, Inc. network includes hundreds of top-tier merchants including Amazon, Apple, Borders, Bluefly, Continental Airlines, eLUXURY, Fujitsu, JetBlue, Toshiba, Toys “R” Us, US Airways, and Zappos. Millions of consumers rely on the safety and convenience of Bill Me Later’s payment solutions when shopping online, via phone and in-store.
     Founded in 2000, Bill Me Later, Inc. is a privately held company headquartered in Timonium, Md. with additional office locations in Hunt Valley, Md. and San Francisco, Calif. Please visit us at:
     About Bill Me Later’s Call Center Capabilities
     Bill Me Later alternative payment service for the call center channel ensures that shoppers have a better purchasing experience. Agents can improve conversions for shoppers who don’t have a credit card handy or who are hesitant to use their card. Bill Me Later’s deferred billing programs reinforced with IVR messaging enable agents to give shoppers the opportunity to buy now and pay later. The service integrates seamlessly with new technologies including email chat, Web call through, click to chat and Web call back. Hundreds of leading retail brands and call centers are offering Bill Me Later® today, including home-based, in-house, outsourced, domestic and international agents.
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    Schwartz CommunicationsScott Love or Tom Parnell,
    State Keywords: MarylandIndustry Keywords: Technology; Online Retail; Data Management; Networks; Software; Professional Services; Banking; Retail; Fashion; Specialty; Other RetailSource: Bill Me Later, Inc.

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