256H and Paykii Announce Exciting New Partnership

256H LLC is a financial services technology company that specializes in processing bill payment transactions through a secure, multi-channel, cloud-based platform. As a payment technology company, 256H LLC combines software platforms and transaction processing capabilities to serve its customers.

The company provides financial services kiosks – .CashQ, that function as “reverse ATMs.” These self-serve devices offer customers secure and convenient access to cash-based financial transactions in convenience stores, grocery stores, and other retail locations, many of which offer 24/7 access. Customers have access to instant classic and alternative remittance products such as international bill payments as well.

With partners, 256H LLC is providing over 3,000 different digital products in over 160 countries. We will expand services by working in close partnership with Paykii.

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256H LLC seeks to satisfy customers by providing our best financial services that specialize in processing bill payment transactions with billers around the world. This partnership will help us enhance our business and provide newer services.

Paykii provides a B2B cross-border bill-pay solution to money transfer operators, banks and mobile money operators that enables customers in one country to directly pay expenses for their family members or themselves in another country. Paykii’s simple and secure cross border bill pay platform will enable 256H LLC customers to pay utility expenses in Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru and a number of Asian countries in less than a minute.

Nelson Irizarry, Co-Founder & COO of Paykii said: “We are enthusiastic about working with 256H to introduce a self-service kiosk for the first time to individuals living in the U.S. to pay utility expenses directly in these countries, ensuring peace of mind for their families back home.”

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