MoneyGram, Zeepay Deliver Early Xmas To Customers

Elizabeth Boateng with her gift package

A TEAM from MoneyGram and Zeepay recently called on Elizabeth Boateng  of Nanakrom and Jerry Kuatewo of Trasaaco respectively to appreciate them for receiving their monthly remittances from abroad via MoneyGram directly into their mobile money wallets. 

The service, powered by Zeepay since October 2018,
allows customers to receive their MoneyGram remittances from abroad directly
and gaining popularity as it presents a convenient and easy way for customers
to receive remittances from the 200 countries in which MoneyGram
operates.  

The team presented to each customer a sumptuous hamper
of goodies and various MoneyGram/ Zeepay gift items.

Both Ms. Elizabeth Boateng and Mr. Jerry Kuatewo, thanked
Zeepay and MoneyGram for the gifts.  

Andrew Takyi Appiah, MD of Zeepay, commenting on the
gesture remarked, “We recently reviewed our customer base of transactions and I
was touched by what an impact our partnership with MoneyGram is delivering in
uplifting lives. Financial inclusion is a real challenge and we are proud that
this service allows folks like Ms. Elizabeth Boateng and Mr. Jerry Kuatewo
maintain their links with their loved ones abroad. We will continue with these
surprise thank you visits so our customers know we care and value their
business.”

“‘We have so far rewarded over 20 customers like this and
we have also committed to giving our customers free talk time so they can call
their loved ones abroad whenever they receive their MoneyGram Direct into their
mobile money wallet, as powered by Zeepay,” he added.

Patrick Appiah, Regional Director for MoneyGram West
Africa, in his comments thanked the recipients of the gifts and other customers
of MoneyGram in Ghana. ‘’I am happy to let you know that you are not the only
one we are giving a dash to. All other Ghanaians in the UK, the US, the EU zone
and Australia can now send money home to Ghana at 0 fees when they
send using the MoneyGram app or online service. This is our way to thank
Ghanaians, for their continued patronage.”