Money Transfers Now Available from the US to Togo, Sierra Leone, and Benin
IDT Corporation announced that BOSS Money has expanded its money transfer service in Africa, enabling its US customers to affordably and conveniently send money to Togo and Sierra Leone and adding new payout options in Benin.
In Togo, cash can be picked up at over 318 branches of La Poste and Banque Populaire pour l’Épargne et le Crédit. In Sierra Leone, cash can be picked up at select Afro International, BnB Transfer and Jalloh Enterprise Ltd., stores. In Benin, cash can now be picked up at La Poste du Benin in addition to Express Union Benin SA branches. BOSS Money customers can also send cash directly to MTN Benin mobile wallets.
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BOSS Money is also expanding its partnership with the United Bank for Africa (UBA). US customers will soon be able to send cash for direct deposit or pick-up at UBA branch offices in Liberia and Ghana. In Nigeria, where BOSS Money currently offers cash pick-up at UBA branches, BOSS Money will soon provide direct deposit to UBA accounts.
BOSS Money now offers its US customers transfers to 22 African countries via 126 payers with cash pick-up or deposit available at over 215,000 locations.
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“We continue to rapidly expand our payout options in Africa, giving customers more options to support family and friends back home,” said Alfredo O’Hagan, IDT’s SVP for Consumer Payments. “US to Africa corridors remain underserved, and we are pleased to provide additional options to help our customers share resources with their family and friends across the continent affordably and securely.”
The BOSS Revolution Money Transfer service is readily available through the convenient BOSS Revolution Money app and its nationwide network of BOSS Revolution Money Transfer retailers. First-time users of the app (free at App Store and Google Play) pay no fees on any transfer up to $300.
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