hyperWALLET has announced that Karrot has launched hyperWALLET’s branded prepaid card services to provide a payment solution for its loyalty and rewards payment programme.
“We are pleased to partner with hyperWALLET to directly reward our channel incentive programme participants,” states Ernie Naylor, President & Co-Founder, Karrot. “This partnership will allow us to foster increased loyalty as we seamlessly distribute rewards.”
hyperWALLET’s branded prepaid card programme will provide Karrot with a payment solution in USA and Canada that allows consumers to earned loyalty funds which will be made available to recipients in local currency that can be used at ATMs, POS, or online.
“hyperWALLET is delighted to become Karrot’s payment partner in this rapidly growing market space. Loyalty is built on trust, and being able to support Karrot by providing their payees with instant funds access makes their loyalty programme solutions even more robust.” states Peter Burridge, CCO of hyperWALLET Systems Inc.
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