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Jingle Pay & Al Fardan Exchange bring global remittances to migrants

By Leandra Monteiro

July 26, 2021

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Jingle Pay, Money Service Business, Shariah certification, UAE, Al Fardan ExchangeAl Fardan Exchange, one of the UAE’s leading financial services providers, has announced a strategic partnership with Jingle Pay, a Dubai-based FinTech start-up providing money services.

The agreement sees Al Fardan Exchange’s global processing and clearing capabilities allied with Jingle Pay’s digital technology to amplify the partners’ abilities to serve migrant workers, who are in desperate need of no-fee accounts and low- or no- cost cross-border transfers, furthering the cause of financial inclusion by allowing overseas workers to easily remit money home.

The alliance also unlocks a better experience for millennials and Gen Z customers demanding instant financial and money transfer services that are as mobile as they are. Users will now be able to send remittances to multiple global destinations in-app, with low fees and preferential FX rates along with a seamless user experience.

“Al Fardan Exchange is constantly looking to innovate its service offerings. As the industry explores digital transformation, we can stay ahead of the curve by offering new channels that offer unique money transfer services to our expansive customer base. Jingle Pay offers a unique user experience through its mobile app, and its users will now be able to benefit from Al Fardan Exchange’s unparalleled network of global agents and presence in 140 plus countries. Al Fardan Exchange will tap into specific segments of the market by better catering to the needs of younger consumers who demand flexibility and innovation,” said Mr. Hasan Fardan Al Fardan, CEO of Al Fardan Exchange.”

“We are very pleased to have signed an agreement with Al Fardan Exchange, which is one of the UAE’s foremost names in international remittances and money transfers. As Jingle Pay transforms the money services experience for our users, we value the support we have gained from Al Fardan Exchange in processing instant transfers to locations all over the world. The partnership bolsters our global reach and processing capabilities, helping us empower our users through financial services in new ways,” said Jingle Pay founder Amir Fardghassemi.

Under the partnership, users will be able to conduct remittance transactions anytime, anywhere, through their smartphones and mobile devices.

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