In partnership with Western Union, it can send money to more than 200 countries in 130 currencies
After making an agreement, Western Union and Facebook announced that users of Facebook Messenger in the United States can now send money to more than 200 countries and territories in 130 currencies through the application, so now the compatriots could send their remittances Using this application.
According to a joint statement, the money “can be received in billions of bank accounts worldwide or in cash in half a million locations of global retail agents from the largest metropolitan areas in the world to the most remote villages”.
By using the platform, Americans will have access to many innovative features, including access to real-time foreign exchange rates and automated customer support.
During the presentation, Western Union Money Transfer President Odilon Almeida proudly said that “The Messenger platform allows Western Union to interact with our American customers wherever they are and when they need us”.
More than 1.2 billion people around the world use Messenger every month.