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Fairly Odd Treasures
Case Study
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Eric Hebert is taking novelty products to new heights. Fairly Odd Treasures sells everything from kids toys to gun safes, with customers and distribution centers around the world. But, they haven’t stopped there. A background in software programming has allowed Eric to utilize the ecommerce space in ways not many can.

Unacceptably Old Tech

Cost-01

Paying More for Less

$25 to $30 Per Transfer
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Opaque Process

Untrackable, Unknown
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Complicated

30 Minutes to Send Payments

As a former software programmer, Eric is always up on new and innovative tech. So, when he saw how slow, expensive, and closed-off the international payments process was through his bank, he knew he needed a change. Not just for himself, but for the good of his business.

“With our bank, we were charged anywhere from $25 to $30 per international transfer. With Veem, I’m not charged a cent. And even if I was, I just enjoy the experience of Veem more. It’s easy, streamlined, and I love the direction they’re taking.”

Eric Hebert, Founder

Payments Meet Innovation with Veem

comparative fx

No Cost, Great FX

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Real-Time Tracking, Intuitive API

Major Time Savings

Saves 30+ Minutes a Day

Fairly Odd Treasures works with remote employees, customers, and business partners around the world. They don’t have time for slow, costly payments. Plus, for Eric, a payments processor leading the way in adopting new technologies was a must. Thankfully, he found Veem.

Breaking Ground

Veem was the first global payments processor to utilize blockchain technology back in 2014. Since then, we’ve gotten faster, more cost effective, and have even implemented intuitive API capability. Veem offered Eric something his bank couldn’t: trust, security, and a constant pursuit of improvement.

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