Loyalty & Rewards

Hyperwallet Boosts Loyalty Program

Hyperwallet, a leading global payouts provider to millions of independent workers, revealed today enhancements to its popular loyalty program, an integrated feature designed to improve payee engagement and offered to Hyperwallet clients free of charge.

According to a press release, the loyalty program will include an expanded rewards catalog and refined user interface, as well as providing payees with preferred pricing on several independent business services through partners Intuit, TelaMed Access and LegalZoom.

Introduced at the end of 2015, the program has been adopted by a number of Hyperwallet clients to increase brand awareness, boost payee retention and accelerate revenue drivers.

“Intuit research shows that self-employed workers have grown to 36 percent of the U.S. labor force and are expected to reach 43 percent by 2020,” explained Cassie Divine, vice president of Intuit QuickBooks Self-Employed. “Therefore, it’s imperative that companies come together to develop the support structure independent earners need to help them manage their day-to-day business management needs.”

Some of the services offered through the expanded loyalty program include access to Intuit QuickBooks Self-Employed, as well as access to discounted medical plans, with 24/7/365 phone access to board-certified healthcare professionals through TelaMed Access and on-demand personal and business legal support and advice through LegalZoom.

All of the services are accessible from the Hyperwallet Pay Portal dashboard and are available to all eligible payees instantly after creating a Hyperwallet account.

“With the services provided by Intuit, TelaMed Access and LegalZoom, we hope that we can alleviate some of the anxiety that comes with independent earning,” said Brent Warrington, Hyperwallet’s CEO. “Payees can rest easier knowing that there’s support available when they need it, and our clients get a major value-add in ensuring that their payees have the absolute best shot at success.”


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