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hyperWALLET Integrates Prepaid Cards with Apple Passbook

hyperWALLET, a leading provider of global payment solutions, today announced integration of its prepaid card products and services with Apple Passbook.

Passbook, a feature of Apple’s iOS6, supports virtual tickets, boarding passes, coupons and more. Since its release use has grown rapidly, with many companies developing apps for Passbook.

“Our cardholders love our mobile apps and the ability to manage all aspects of their accounts from their phones. With passbook cardholders also receive balance updates and transaction notifications in real time in a native iPhone experience, providing even more convenience on the go”, states Lisa Shields, President & CEO of hyperWALLET Systems Inc.

hyperWALLET, winner of the Best in Category for Prepaid Incentive, Reward, Rebate and Loyalty Program at the 2012 Paybefore Awards, will launch its prepaid card Apple Passbook service in the coming months.

Organizations looking to offer innovative new payment solutions to their customers by combining mobile technologies, Apple Passbook and prepaid cards can contact hyperWALLET at +1 (604) 482-0090 or [email protected] for more details.

About hyperWALLET

www.hyperwallet.com

hyperWALLET delivers secure, global-grade payment technologies to organizations who require a simplified way to access or leverage the global financial network. Since 2000, we have become a leading provider of online and mobile payment, international payments, card products and financial technology solutions to world-class customers in Canada, the U.S. and internationally. With hundreds of customers (including more than 200 credit unions) that touch millions of users, our clients span numerous sectors including financial services, business and government.

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