Do you carry around coins in your wallet, or even dollar bills? Or, are all of your transactions done via a mobile device? Technology is advancing faster than one can say “dollar.” Soon, you’ll be able to leave your wallet and debit/credit cards at home.
A Statista report cites that digital payments in the U.S. accounted for $645 billion dollars in 2016 – that’s 29% of global transaction volume. With the U.S. leading the technology development and innovation for digital payments, the estimated growth rate for usage is 13% over the next five years.1
The future of mobile pay is here.
In an effort to remain at the top of technological advancements, provide convenience and ensure security, PURE is offering a new way to receive commission payments. It’s called Digital Pay and it’s faster than being mailed a check, with no delays, hassles, losses or fees.
With Digital Pay, your commission payments will be transferred electronically into your bank account on the same day or the next business day, depending on the receiving bank and time of day.
How does Digital Pay work?
Enrollees who joined PURE prior to July 9, 2018, have the choice to enroll in Digital Pay or opt-out and continue to receive check fees. We encourage you to opt-in to Digital Pay by July 30, 2018 to avoid the extra $10 check fee.
With Digital Pay, receive payments in four easy steps.
- Update your email address
Ensure your email address is current and correct on your PURE account. It must be the first email, which is the primary email on the account. Emails on multiple accounts are not eligible to receive Digital Pay.
- Call the Sales Support Team
Call our friendly representatives to opt in. PURE will send you a text message with instructions on how to receive your money.
Fill out the attached form from PURE and send back.
- Get Paid and Accept Payment
Money is deposited into your bank account, often within minutes, depending on where you bank.
Please note that IBOs who registered with PURE on or after July 10, 2018, do not need to opt-in by calling Sales Support. Their default payment method is set to Digital Pay upon enrollment. If they would like to receive check payments, they will have to opt-out of Digital Pay by calling Sales Support, and will be charged a $10 check fee starting on July 31, 2018.
What does this mean for your PURE business?
Digital Pay allows you and your enrollees to get paid quickly, it reduces check fraud and it lowers everyone’s cost. We are always innovating, whether it’s with our products or services, to help make your life healthier and easier.
If you have any questions, please contact Sales Support at 866-535-5888 or email@example.com.