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By Chris Dawson February 3, 2021 - 10:45 am

Virtual bank accounts usage limited by Amazon

Many Amazon sellers make use of virtual bank accounts when trading in overseas marketplaces. Merchants have two choices - accept payment in the consumer's local currency and allow Amazon to exchange the funds back into Sterling, or open a virtual bank account with a payment

Scale up internationally with local currency accounts

Today we look at Whitepaper on scaling up internationally with local currency accounts. Download this blue paper to discover how to scale up internationally with on-demand local currency accounts. Retailers can launch quickly in new countries, but often find it difficult to receive payments and

Scale up internationally with local currency accounts

Download this blue paper to discover how to scale up internationally with on-demand local currency accounts. Retailers can launch quickly in new countries, but often find it difficult to receive payments and repatriate funds, meaning profits are eroded by poor exchange rates and fees. Read

Meet the product: World Account from WorldFirst

Doing business globally shouldn’t be complicated. Our friends at WorldFirst have launched their new and improved World Account, so you can stay in control of your finances with a real-time overview of your currency account balances, live market movements and your fixed FX transfer fee

WorldFirst new and improved World Account

There's a new and improved World Account for customers who use WorldFirst payment services for their marketplace and online businesses. Don't go rushing looking for a major change however as the account will feel very familiar with all your normal services, but there are a

Exit coronavirus crisis with enhanced ecommerce strategy webinar

Our chums at WorldFirst have teamed up with Activ8 to offer some tips on how to come out of the coronavirus crisis with an enhanced ecommerce strategy. You will learn more about how to review digital channel strategy, creating opportunities for cross-border success, recognising which

Amazon.nl require Netherlands bank account

Unlike other Amazon Europe platforms where you can use a bank account located anywhere in the Euro zone to collect proceeds from sales, it turns out that on Amazon's newest site, Amazon.nl, a Netherlands bank account is required in order to receive your pay outs.

Top 4 Asian marketplaces

With China on lockdown due to the Coronavirus and much of Asia taking precautions, the eyes of the world are on the global health emergency. Sooner or later the lockdown will end, the health emergency will be over and consumers will be out shopping again

WorldFirst 2020 Currency Outlook

WorldFirst 2020 Currency Outlook has been published with Currency Specialist Jack Cincotta providing highlights for the year ahead in currency markets. Naturally our first concern in the UK is for the 2020 currency outlook for The Pound and how this could impact online merchants. Extensions, negotiations