WorldRemit expands in Benin, the Comoros, Mali, Senegal and Togo
Digital money transfer service launches new cash pick up services
London, 14 December 2016: Digital money transfer service WorldRemit has launched new cash pick up services in Benin, the Comoros, Mali, Senegal and Togo.
With the WorldRemit app or website, people in more than 50 countries can send instant, secure money transfers to more than 125 destinations. Known as the ‘WhatsApp of money’, WorldRemit makes sending a remittance as easy as sending an instant message.
WorldRemit customers can now send money to be collected as cash at any of the following locations:
- Any branch of Orabank in Benin
- Any branch of Maison Comorienne des Transferts et Valeurs (MCTV) in the Comoros
- Any branch of BSIC Bank in Mali
- Any branch of Cofina or Orabank in Senegal
- Any branch of Banque Populaire pour l'Epargne et le Crédit in Togo
Ismail Ahmed, founder and CEO at WorldRemit, comments: “We want to give people the power to share money anytime, anywhere. Gone are the days of queuing in line at a high-street transfer shop and waiting several days for a money transfer to arrive – now WorldRemit customers can send money with just a few taps on their smartphone.
Our new cash pick up services in Benin, the Comoros, Mali, Senegal and Togo will allow people in the diaspora to send money to be collected as cash at trusted, dependable financial brands back home.”
WorldRemit customers currently send over 500,000 transfers every month.