Hyperwallet account holders will be able to receive disbursements from sales on Amazon’s new Australian marketplace.
Hyperwallet, a top global payout provider to digital marketplaces, today revealed that it will support international seller disbursements from Amazon’s new Australia-based marketplace. Hyperwallet’s multi-currency payout solution enables Amazon Marketplace sellers from across the globe to quickly and easily accept payment to their bank account across a wide range of local currencies.
Hyperwallet is offering sellers the ability to use ‘Login with Amazon’ on its website to register for Hyperwallet’s self-serve payment portal, providing a simplified onboarding process for global sellers. Hyperwallet then ensures fast, convenient payment to sellers’ local bank accounts through its global network of banking relationships.
“Amazon has long been recognized as a pioneer in the world of ecommerce usability,” explained Simon Banks, Hyperwallet’s Asia Pacific Managing Director. “Our job is to extend that same frictionless experience to the supply side of marketplace transactions, streamlining the onboarding and disbursement process for independent sellers.”
“Supporting international payments for Amazon sellers is just another way that Hyperwallet is helping improve payouts to the international freelance community,” said Brent Warrington, Hyperwallet’s CEO. “Faster, more affordable cross-border disbursements is something we’re very passionate about, and we’re happy to offer that experience to sellers on the Amazon Marketplace.”
Hyperwallet announced the launch of their Asia-Pacific office in Sydney earlier this year. The company currently provides payouts for a handful of fast-growing Australia-based sites, including Freelancer.com, Marketplacer.com, and Tripfuser.