PaySAFE Founder Receives New Company Entrepreneur Award

PaySAFE founder and CEO, Matt Medlock, will be awarded the New Company Entrepreneur Award on April 7th by the Center for Entrepreneurship in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Business Administration. The award ceremony takes place during the college’s EntrepreneuringDays@UNL held April 7-9 at the Embassy Suites in Lincoln, Neb. This public event features student […]

PaySAFE Escrow, Inc. and U.S. Commercial Service Sign Strategic Partnership

BELLEVUE, NE – PaySAFEescrow.com signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the U.S. Commercial Service to increase awareness of the economic benefits of trade in U.S. organizations competing at home and abroad. Joint activities for creating awareness may include seminars, workshops, training sessions and trade shows. “As a trade professional working directly with exporters, I am […]

How to Safely Buy and Sell Online

Selling personal and commercial items online is a great way to open up your goods to an enormous audience. Online buyers also have the advantage of shopping through millions of products from the comfort of their couch or office chair. While there is tremendous opportunity for both parties, how can you safely complete a transaction […]

6 Ways to Keep Your Online Passwords Strong

Most of us have multiple online accounts including email, credit cards, online banking, and social networking sites just to name a few. With each site requiring a password, it can be very tempting to simply repeat the same password often, or keep all of your passwords simple, but simple and often repeated passwords can be […]

You’ve Been Scammed! What’s Next?

There’s nothing worse than that moment of realization when you know you’ve been taken advantage of. Unfortunately, most of us will likely fall victim to some sort of online scam in our lifetime. Be it an errant click of a pop-up banner or a Craigslist poster selling imaginary goods, scams come in all shapes and […]

Alibaba’s IPO – What It Means for Escrow

On Thursday of last week the Alibaba group, a collection of Chinese-owned online marketplaces, opened its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange and quickly set records as the largest IPO in the exchange’s history. While there has been much discussion over the last 12 months or so regarding what Alibaba’s IPO would […]