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Simplifying cross-border payouts for online marketplaces, share economy, crowdsourcing, app stores, crowdfunding, and affiliate platforms
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What is Trolley?

It is simplifying cross-border payouts for online marketplaces, share economy, crowdsourcing, affiliate platforms, app stores, and crowdfunding platforms. Make payouts to your independent contractors, affiliates and suppliers anywhere in the world in 150+ currencies through our payouts-as-a-service platform. We offer a powerful API or you can use batch files through our dashboard portal. Recipients have the choice of how they want to receive their funds and in which currency: direct to their own bank account, credit card, prepaid card, cash pick-up, check, paypal + other options.
Trolley is a tool in the Payments Tools category of a tech stack.

Who uses Trolley?

Trolley Integrations

Slack, Twilio, Twilio SendGrid, HubSpot, and Zendesk are some of the popular tools that integrate with Trolley. Here's a list of all 13 tools that integrate with Trolley.

Trolley's Features

  • Recipient Widget
  • White-label emails confirmation
  • Returned payment handling
  • Bank account validation
  • Live payment tracking
  • Approval workflows
  • Instant payments
  • Live FX rates

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