Selling on Amazon?

WorldFirst can help you grow your online business and bring your money home. By providing you with overseas Amazon receiving accounts, you could overcome cross-border payment difficulties and repatriate your money to local accounts.

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A better way to receive your money from overseas marketplaces

Supporting major marketplaces, WorldFirst offers receiving accounts in GBP, USD, EUR, CAD, JPY, AUD, SGD, NZD, HKD & CNH allowing you to bring money home at a great rate.

It's free to open an account, there are no fees for receiving money and no monthly charges.

We're able to provide account ownership letter or statement required for Amazon KYC.

One WorldFirst account to manage your payments in different currencies across different market places.

Selling on Amazon US

Amazon requires you to have a receiving account in the country you are selling. For Amazon US, this can be challenging because a US ID card is required to open a US bank account. WorldFirst can solve these cross-border payment problems by opening a US receiving account for you.

Receiving accounts

With WorldFirst you can open receiving accounts for the following regions and currencies:

United Kingdom








United States




New Zealand




Hong Kong




When you're trading on overseas marketplaces, you'll need more than just receiving accounts. You'll need an effective way of converting your payments back into your own currency. You may also want to pay overseas or lock in a rate to help you budget. The good news is, we can help.

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If you need to make an international payment, look no further. Join the 280,000+ clients around the world who are benefiting from our currency services. Or feel free to give us a shout - a real person will answer your call. Go on, give us a try. We think you'll like us.

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Beat inflation

You’re probably getting 1% or less a year in interest on savings in a bank. Prices from food to fuel are rising at 2.5% a year, average inflation for the last decade. So your money is really worth less now than 10 years ago. Investing is a way to beat inflation, by making money work and grow.