Worldwide Cash Express Teams Up with TerraPay to Broaden Global Payment Services

Monday, 10/06/2024 | 13:54 GMT by Jared Kirui
  • This collaboration enables Worldwide Cash Express to use TerraPay's technology to expand its offerings.
  • Worldwide Cash Express reportedly has a network of over 150,000 payout locations across 100 countries.
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Worldwide Cash Express has collaborated with TerraPay, a global financial technology firm, to enhance money transfer services. According to the two entities, this partnership aims to boost customers' cross-border payment experience by making it faster, more secure, and more cost-effective.

Worldwide Cash Express Extends Reach

The partnership enables Worldwide Cash Express to use TerraPay's technology to expand its global payment network and offer a wider range of cross-border payment services. Worldwide Cash Express is a subsidiary of Al Ansari Financial Services PJSC, a global money transfer firm that reportedly has a network of more than 150,000 payout locations across 100 countries.

Omer Farooq, Worldwide Cash Express's Head of Operations, mentioned: "Partnering with TerraPay is a testament to our ongoing commitment to providing our customers with the best possible service for international money transfers. We're excited to add TerraPay's innovative technology to our roster of exceptional providers, allowing us to offer a wider range of faster and more cost-effective options."

Last month, TerraPay and barq entered into a partnership to enhance cross-border money transfers. This collaboration integrates TerraPay's payments network with barq to enhance financial services in Saudi Arabia and beyond.

Barq is a fintech application regulated by the Saudi Central Bank. The partnership with TerraPay aims to boost Barq's capabilities to enable faster international money transfers. This move aligns with Barq's license approval from the Saudi Central Bank.

More Partnerships with TerraPay

This development followed TerraPay's earlier partnership with Alfardan Exchange, which integrates TerraPay's digital payment infrastructure with Alfardan's established network. According to the company, this collaboration seeks to enhance the efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and responsiveness of cross-border payments, providing a solution to meet customers' diverse needs.

Additionally, TerraPay partnered with Turkey's Papara to simplify global money transfers, targeting the high costs associated with cross-border transactions for Papara wallet users. The partnership aligned with TerraPay's push to tap into Turkey's rapidly growing digital payment market, which is projected to expand by 15% annually from 2023 to 2027, reaching a market volume of $136 billion by 2027.

Worldwide Cash Express has collaborated with TerraPay, a global financial technology firm, to enhance money transfer services. According to the two entities, this partnership aims to boost customers' cross-border payment experience by making it faster, more secure, and more cost-effective.

Worldwide Cash Express Extends Reach

The partnership enables Worldwide Cash Express to use TerraPay's technology to expand its global payment network and offer a wider range of cross-border payment services. Worldwide Cash Express is a subsidiary of Al Ansari Financial Services PJSC, a global money transfer firm that reportedly has a network of more than 150,000 payout locations across 100 countries.

Omer Farooq, Worldwide Cash Express's Head of Operations, mentioned: "Partnering with TerraPay is a testament to our ongoing commitment to providing our customers with the best possible service for international money transfers. We're excited to add TerraPay's innovative technology to our roster of exceptional providers, allowing us to offer a wider range of faster and more cost-effective options."

Last month, TerraPay and barq entered into a partnership to enhance cross-border money transfers. This collaboration integrates TerraPay's payments network with barq to enhance financial services in Saudi Arabia and beyond.

Barq is a fintech application regulated by the Saudi Central Bank. The partnership with TerraPay aims to boost Barq's capabilities to enable faster international money transfers. This move aligns with Barq's license approval from the Saudi Central Bank.

More Partnerships with TerraPay

This development followed TerraPay's earlier partnership with Alfardan Exchange, which integrates TerraPay's digital payment infrastructure with Alfardan's established network. According to the company, this collaboration seeks to enhance the efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and responsiveness of cross-border payments, providing a solution to meet customers' diverse needs.

Additionally, TerraPay partnered with Turkey's Papara to simplify global money transfers, targeting the high costs associated with cross-border transactions for Papara wallet users. The partnership aligned with TerraPay's push to tap into Turkey's rapidly growing digital payment market, which is projected to expand by 15% annually from 2023 to 2027, reaching a market volume of $136 billion by 2027.

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