UK-based WorldFirst began operations in 2004. This Tipalti competitor provides local bank account details from the U.S., the UK, the European Union, Canada and Japan. Its offering for online sellers comes with no registration fees.
Australia-based OFX began operations in 1998, as OzForex, an information-only website. Online merchants can open local collection accounts in U.S. dollars, British pounds, Euros, Australian dollars, Hong Kong dollars and Canadian dollars. You’ll pay no outgoing fees when you withdraw funds into a local bank account.
Currencies Direct began operations in 1996. This UK-based Tipalti alternative may work well for online sellers. This company lets you convert proceeds from your sales through different online marketplaces without the need of opening receiving accounts in multiple currencies. You may receive and hold money in different currencies using segregated collection accounts. A centralized online system lets you manage your transfers in a single place.
Global Reach Group
This UK-based alternative to Tipalti began operations in 2002. It provides services for businesses and online sellers. Global Reach Group gives all its registered customers access to currency specialists.