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SticPay is an electronic payment system that allows you to instantly transfer money to anywhere in the world. Customers of the system can use the MasterCard card issued by SticPay to make purchases in more than 200 different countries of the world. The payment system is owned by STIC FINANCIAL LTD, which is registered in Cyprus.

Clients of the payment system can not only make payments, but also become participants in an affiliate program, under the terms of which you can receive a reward in the form of a commission for transactions made by customers.

Clients of the payment system must go through the registration procedure. To do this, you must provide documents containing the name, photo, date and place of birth, signature. Thus, the user can provide a copy of the passport (national (or international), driver’s license.

Each user, in addition to the main account in the system, can open additional accounts. The account will be open within 24 hours after registration.

In addition to a regular account, system customers are invited to use a SticPay / MasterCard prepaid card, with which you can make online and offline purchases up to $ 2,000 (monthly limit for purchases is $ 9,000), as well as to withdraw funds from an ATM up to 3,000 US dollars. To apply for a SticPay / MasterCard, you must have at least US $ 35 in your account (US $ 35 will be debited from the account to pay for card delivery). The process of obtaining a card will take from 2 to 3 weeks.

In addition, legal entities can open a business account, which will allow you to manage multiple currency accounts.

The system is available to users around the world, with the exception of the following countries: USA, Burma (Myanmar), Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Congo, Cuba, Eritrea, Guinea, Iran, Iraq, Liberia, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan , Syria and Zimbabwe.

The official website of the system is presented in 17 languages.

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