Fintech Currencies Direct, Transact Payments to Offer Enhanced International Payment Solution

International payments provider, Currencies Direct, has teamed up with Transact Payments to launch a new multi-currency debit card. This card allows customers to spend seamlessly in over 200 countries where Mastercard is accepted. Currencies Direct has been facilitating bank-to-bank currency transfers since 1996 and has evolved its offerings over time to provide an omni-channel experience. Currently, customers can send payments to over 120 countries in more than 40 currencies. However, the addition of the multi-currency debit card will enable customers to spend overseas easily and securely. The card has no upfront, monthly, or recurring fees and can be used for transactions and ATM withdrawals in over 200 countries at competitive exchange rates. Furthermore, customers can track their spending and control their card through the Currencies Direct app, which provides instant notifications and the ability to freeze/unfreeze the card. Hardik Shah, Group Head of Product for Currencies Direct, stated that the card was developed based on extensive research and understanding of customer needs. Aaron Carpenter, CEO of Transact Payments, expressed his excitement in supporting Currencies Direct and meeting the increasing demand for flexible and secure overseas payments. Transact Payments is a rapidly growing payment services provider that delivers various payment solutions, including payment cards, mobile payments, and e-money issuing solutions. Working with Transact Payments allows clients to rely on an experienced and compliant partner, allowing them to focus on creating excellent customer experiences.

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