This post has been superseded at finovate.com.
The Journal’s report is based on a review of a recent SEC filing by Spreedly. The report adds that a single investor is listed in the filing.
Spreedly’s most recent funding was from a $500,000 venture round in January. With previous equity investment of $1.3 million according to Crunchbase, this latest infusion brings Spreedly’s total capital to just north of $2 million.
Spreedly serves 71 gateways and 82 countries as of October 1. The company processes more than 160,000 successful credit card transactions a month, producing between $15 and $20 million in top line revenue. Its solutions make PCI compliance easier, help companies develop their own recurring billing programs, and eliminates revenue lost by out-of-date cards by automatically updating all cards on file.
Based in Durham, North Carolina, Spreedly was founded in 2008. Justin Benson is CEO. See the company launch its Payment Method Distribution & Card-on-File Updater solution at FinovateSpring 2014 here.