hyperWALLET Expands To Norway, South Africa And More

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5:29 PM EDT June 16th, 2013

HyperWALLET, a global payment solutions provider, announced it has expanded its direct-to-bank account payment services into five new payment locations. The company’s expansion indicates that 59 countries and territories around the world will now have access to its account transfer services and 29 supported currencies.

Mike Monty, vice president of Financial Networks at hyperWALLET said, “We are pleased to announce new direct-to-bank account payment services to Brazil, Peru, South Africa, Vietnam and Norway. Expanding our payment network is important in our continued efforts to drive down the cost of global payments and deliver added value to our clients.”

HyperWallet has revealed future plans to offer services in Thailand, Malaysia, Pacific Islands, Colombia, Chile and Nigeria in the coming year.

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