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STICPAY Announces Prepaid STIC Card works with international network in 177 countries

Fintech company STICPAY introduces the prepaid STIC Card for its award-winning e-wallet solution. STICPAY users can now harness the benefits of the STIC Card to withdraw and spend their funds in a fast, cheap, and convenient way. Unlike competitor solutions, that is available only for the residents of the European Economic Area (EEA), the STIC Card works in over 177 countries.

STICPAY is a UK-based digital wallet, which has significant presence not only in Europe but on the Asian market as well – including Japan, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Unlike its competitors, STICPAY does not restrict or limit access to the STIC Card based on account activity. Instead, all users of the global e-wallet solution are eligible to order the prepaid card from any country around the world, starting with equal chances after successfully verifying the necessary Know Your Customer (KYC) documents.

“By introducing the STIC Card, STICPAY can fulfill the rising demand for prepaid cards, especially in Asian countries, while providing a low-cost, fast, and convenient way for the users of our e-wallet service to spend their balances or withdraw their funds. We treat all our customers equally, that’s why we don’t restrict access to the STIC Card on the basis of account activity. Customers outside of the EEA region have been missing out on the prepaid card solutions of digital wallet services for a long time. We wanted to end this trend and introduced global access to the STIC Card that features lower account and ATM withdrawal fees than our direct competitors,James Bay, Customer Service Director of STICPAY said.

Every STIC Card has a base currency, daily and monthly spending limits (up to $9,500), as well as an own fee structure for card usage.


  • Editorial Director of the The Fintech Times

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