Flexepin is a pre-paid cash voucher that enables users to top-up existing accounts for online shopping without the need for a credit or debit card. Developed to enhance security and privacy in online spending, Flexepin offers an alternative payment method suitable for those who prefer not to share personal or financial information online.

Key Features

  • Privacy and Security: Shopping with Flexepin reduces the risk of online fraud, as no personal or financial information is required or saved online.
  • Global Accessibility: Flexepin vouchers can be purchased online or at various physical locations worldwide through trusted retailers.
  • Wide Acceptance: Flexepin vouchers can be used on thousands of websites that accept Flexepin transactions globally.
  • Cash Top-up: Vouchers are purchased with cash at retail outlets such as shops, petrol stations, or kiosks, providing a secure method of payment without the need for credit/debit cards.
  • Multiple Denominations: Vouchers are available in various denominations, ranging from $20 to $500, depending on the currency.
  • Countries: Available in 46 countries
  • Customers: Over 5,000,000 happy customers
  • Partners: Collaborates with over 10,000 partners


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