I keep hearing about EPAY. Have you heard of it yet?
EPAY is a service similar in some ways to another popular service that many of us use called paypal. Similarities aside it appears to me that EPAY has a lot more services available worldwide. In fact if EPAY takes off it could become one of the most highly trafficked internet payment gateways in the world.
You’ll likely come across more and more online merchants who are using the services of EPAY to allow their clients to pay for goods or services. If you are not yet a member of EPAY you can still use the service to make a payment to the merchants EPAY account in order to buy a product, but in the long run it might be a great idea to go ahead and open a free EPAY account.
When you register with EPAY you’ll be able to transfer USD or EUR funds in a number of ways. You can use your EPAY account to pay for goods and services, accept money transfers or make your own bank wire transfers.
Members can sign up for debit cards which can be used virtually anywhere in the world where you would use ATM or credit cards on and offline.
Think about it. If you were away on holiday somewhere and you had funds in your EPAY account you’d be able to access cash using your EPAY debit card 24 hours a day. It works just like an e-wallet allowing you to access cash from anywhere in the world.
You could even use your EPAY debit card to send money to friends or relatives anywhere in the world too.
So how do you get money to your EPAY account? Simple. You can transfer it from your bank account, via egold or pecunix. Easy. Another feature of the EPAY service is the ability to make and receive payments using SMS on your mobile phone or by email. EPAY services certainly sound convenient don’t they?
I haven’t signed up for an account yet, but I expect that I will in the near future. Have you tried EPAY and or their debit cards yet?