Segpay Introduces 'Segcard' Visa Debit for Payouts

Segpay Introduces 'Segcard' Visa Debit for Payouts

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Segpay has introduced the Segcard Visa debit card for payouts to content creators and affiliates.

"Segcard was developed to help fund content creators and affiliates who don’t have a bank account or are looking for an alternative solution to receive payments," said a rep. "Segpay has the ability to handle payouts on behalf of merchants that process through Segpay."

The Segcard can be used at ATMs and stores, as well as online — anywhere that Visa is accepted.

"We’re constantly pushing ourselves to deliver cutting-edge payment solutions that make it easier for our merchants and their partners to get paid," said Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley. "With Segcard, our clients can easily fund their content creators, models, and affiliates without needing a bank account."

The card is currently available to U.S. clients. A European version is scheduled to be released in the third quarter of 2023.

For more information, visit the Segcard website or email sales@segpay.com.

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