EPayments Systems Limited (ePayments) was founded in 2011 to facilitate payments in the affiliate marketing industry. It is a London-based, convenient virtual payment platform that offers personal and business accounts. It provides both an e-wallet and a Prepaid MasterCard payment solution for more than 100 countries around the globe. Additionally, they are great options for freelancers, affiliate marketers, and other types of remote workers.
Since its start, ePayments has expanded beyond the affiliate marketing sector to include the multi-level marketing, foreign exchange currency, and digital currency industries. This gives the business an edge over competitors’ virtual payment platforms.
Signing up for an account is free and doing so takes very little time, but the verification process requires several days.
WebMoney, Bitcoin, bank accounts, as well as many other online payment systems can be used to deposit or withdraw funds from an e-wallet. Major pluses to using ePayments doesn’t charge for internal transfers between ePayments’ wallets and incoming wire transfers. Users also can receive free money from some of its affiliate networks. Since ePayments is a principal member of MasterCard, it can issue its own plastic cards, without an intermediary bank.
ePayments mobile app, which is available as a free download for iOS and Android devices, also is popular with its users, giving them the functionality the check the balances of their e-wallets and their prepaid MasterCards and to transfer funds between the two wherever and whenever they want. Transaction history can be checked and funds can be withdrawn to an external account using the app. Additionally, the app also allows users to exchange currencies, including US dollars Euros, and Russian rubles.
ePayments is fully compliant with the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) strict rules, including requirements for collateral, security of operations, protection of personal data, and insurance of financial resources. It is authorized by the FCA to issue e-money.
Additionally, ePayments takes all efforts to protect personal data. Any actions it takes to protect sensitive is done under the regulations of the Data Protection Act 1998.
Finally, ePayments has a host of popular clients, including VK, My.com, Aliexpress, Youla.media, PropellerAds, and adcombo.