Vancouver, Canada, February 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Chexx Inc. provides convenient international payout services by check, electronic payments and prepaid credit cards. With over 19 years of experience in outbound payments for international beneficiaries, Chexx Inc. offers the ability to send fast payment to beneficiaries in locations around the globe.
Chexx will be co-located at the PacNet Services booth, ID6, located in the International Direct Marketing Expo section of TFM&A. The IDMX is the show dedicated to all aspects of direct marketing and provides a highly sought-after dedicated marketplace for response-based solutions.
“We’re looking forward to the opportunity to showcase Chexx Inc.’s experience and specialized knowledge on popular payment types in both established and developing markets across the globe,” says Simon Venhuizen, Business Development Manager for Chexx Inc. “Payout specialists will be on hand to answer questions and offer advice on sending international payments - Chexx Inc. ensures that international beneficiaries receive funds fast, in their own local currency and in a format that works for them.” Chexx Inc. offers easy to cash local payments in over 200 countries.
IDMX brings together a broad range of agenda-setting professionals from leading organizations across the industry - all looking for the latest direct marketing solutions, to network, source suppliers and benefit from the industry leading education programme.
About Chexx Inc.:
Chexx Inc. serves the payment disbursement needs of market research companies, affiliate managers, international payroll, sales organizations and clinical trial companies around the world. They specialize in providing timely, convenient and cost-effective international payouts with excellent results. Chexx Inc. maintains a large network of regional banks to provide payment coverage in over 200 countries. Considerable resources are focused on technical integration and relationship management with each banking partner, resulting in stable global coverage and built in redundancy in key regions.