Wise Currently Testing Virtual Cards with Selected Customers

Fin Tech company, Wise, is currently running a program for virtual cards.

The organization is collaborating with global financial services corporation, Visa, on this endeavor. According to reports, the cards are free. They are also easy to create and close. What’s more? Users can transact with them in various situations, both online and in-store. Finally, they are fast and only take a few minutes to create.

With this endeavour, Wise will open up more opportunities to its users and expand its products. It will also result in the simplification of global payments and collapsing of the borders that restrict them collapsed.

At the moment, the program is only available to selected users as it is still in beta stage.

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