hyperWALLET has announced the availability of new low-cost direct-to-bank payment services in Malaysia and Chile.
hyperWALLET has addressed the problem of not being able to pay individuals in a quick and cost effective manner in both Malaysia and Chile, as it has enabled a fully-compliant direct-to-bank transfer in both countries in local currency, within 2-3 business days.
Powered by hyperWALLET’s global payment platform and extensive financial networks, corporations can easily make mass pay-outs while providing payees with flexible in-country payment options. Also the platform will allow payees to receive payments on brandable prepaid debit cards or as cash at any Western Union agent location across both Malaysia and Chile.
“We continue to extend our global payment network to support the international payment needs of our corporate customers and their payees worldwide,” states Mike Monty, VP of Financial Networks at hyperWALLET Systems Inc. “Both Malaysia and Chile represent a significant market for many businesses, and we are pleased to offer low-cost direct-to-bank transfers in these countries in addition to our existing prepaid card and cash pickup services.”
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