hyperWALLET Systems Inc., a payments provider to top-tier organizations that make payments to employees and other beneficiaries, has announced that Forever Living has launched hyperWALLET’s branded payment services to provide a unified, multi-currency commission payment solution for their organization and Distributors.
Forever Living, based in Scottsdale Arizona, is a multi-billion dollar company that manufactures and distributes natural health and beauty products. Forever Living has launched hyperWALLET’s commission payment solution in the USA, and will progressively roll it out to additional global destinations, beginning with Europe.
hyperWALLET’s commission payment solution provides Forever Living Distributors with immediate funds access via branded local currency prepaid cards in 3 currencies initially; USD, GBP and EUR.
For Distributors who receive international commissions across multiple countries, funds can be conveniently deposited to a distributor’s e-Wallet account. Distributors can also transfer earnings from their e-Wallet to their bank account, in domestic currency, for quick and easy access to their funds.
“We are delighted to be Forever Living’s global payments partner,” states Lisa Shields, CEO of hyperWALLET Systems Inc. “Forever Living aims to promote financial freedom and financial security for their Distributors, and we are pleased to support such goals through our global payment solutions tailored for their organization and the Direct Selling industry at large.”
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