Segpay Launches Virtual 'Segcard' Creator Payout Solution

Segpay Launches Virtual 'Segcard' Creator Payout Solution

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Segpay has updated its Segcard creator payout option by offering a new, virtual version.

"The Segcard solution is designed for content creators and is the easiest way to instantly pay and get paid," said a rep. "With Segcard, users are now issued a U.S. dollar virtual card that can be used to shop, pay bills online, make in-store purchases and withdraw cash anywhere in the world where Visa and contactless payments are accepted."

The card can be used online, in stores, and at ATMs. All transaction data is encrypted using PCI-compliant technology. Users receive global access to check account balances, transfer funds and look at transaction history.

"By adding the virtual component to Segcard we are speeding up the process of getting people paid," said Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley. "Content creators can easily apply for a card with minimal KYC and once approved the card is quickly sent out, ready for activation. With the new virtual Segcard, our clients can easily fund their content creators, models, and affiliates without needing to have a bank account.”

For more information, visit Segcard.


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