Online payment startup eBillme has raised $12 million more in venture funding. The Delaware, Md.-based company says its payment solution, which competes with services like Paypal and Google Checkout, says it’s superior because payments are bank-to-bank (rather than credit-based) and don’t require the disclosure of any personal information online.

The round was led by Canaan Partners and existing investor Celtic House Venture Partners.

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