Tuesday, March 10, 2015
RadPad Links Into Apple Pay, Lets Renters Pay Rent Using Their iPhone
Los Angeles-based rental marketplace RadPad said late Monday that it has started supporting Apple Pay, letting renters pay their rent using the new Apple payment method. RadPad said the company's rent splitting and payment system supports the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and the new Apple Watch. RadPad is led by Jonathan Eppers, and only recently launched its app to help renters to pay their rent using a credit or debit card, rather than cash or check. The startup is backed by SG VC, L.P., Social Leverage L.P. and Michael Huffington.
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