Temporary Pause In Money Transfer Services To Nigeria

September 9, 2016, 4:59 am

World Remit, a popular Money Transer outfit announces that they are temporarily pausing their services to Nigeria - see details below;

We’ve been working hard on the operational challenges involved in restarting our service, following the decision by the Central Bank of Nigeria, regarding the licensing of international money transfer operators in the country.

Until we can deliver the service you expect from us, we’ve taken the decision to pause money transfers.

Airtime transfers are not affected.

We hope to be back very soon – and we’re sorry for any inconvenience caused.

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