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4 Reasons You Should Stop Using Old Style Financial Services to Send Money Abroad

by Winngie

2 May 2020

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Financial Service

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International Money Transfer

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Why you should stop sending money abroad via bank, old-school finance services or remittance companies? Here are the 4 main reason.

 

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1-High commission fees.

Sending money overseas with a bank or western union will cost you min 10$ to average 50$ for each time. Insane! Why you need to share your salary with those chunky bankers? Save it with your belovers in homeland. There should be some solution for this old style monopoly system.

 

 

2-Slow process and no guarantee.

Remittance companies said they are cheaper yes like 5$, but plus currency change rate which is unfair so you will lose like 5$ more from rates and they are slow like turtle. It will take weeks to perform transaction or you can receive an undelivered message after weeks of waiting. Do you or your family have weeks to receive money from you? What if they are sick or need to pay for school fee. Money transfer should be ontime and certain.

 

 

3-Unfair exchange rates during money transfer.

Your money will melt like an icecream in your hand. Yes, rate issue. You want to send money to your home back but your bank or western union or remittance companies like tranferwise or worldremit is charging you super unfair amounts with the local money exchange rates.  So you can lose up to 16% beside the transfer fee. But why, is changing money to local currency that have that much cost, need any labor, need investment on manufacturing lines? Of course no, so what’s the reason for super high rate differences.

 

4-Bothering documentation to send money.

You need to prove so many documents and permissions to send or receive money from abroad in most of countries. Incase some urgent situation, if you need some extra money from your family, banks and government’s won’t allow you to do that and will ask for dozens of pages’ documents. For what? Just to receive money from your dad?  We, honest people, shouldn’t have to suffer because of a few illegal guys.

 

There should be some new way fintech tools to solve all those problems.

Winngie is one of the solutions already in the market. Its called smart and easy way to send money abroad and exchange local currency.
Logic is simple but also clever. Match with people in cross countries who wants to send or receive money. Chat, deal with their receivers. Perform the transactions’ in local. Money never actually crosses any borders.

Instead of international money transfer and currency exchange companies commonly using, Winngie takes a unique approach towards abroad money transfer and currency exchange with a simple mobile application. Part of the “sharing economy,” Winngie offers you someone’s currency as a media to exchange, instead of an exchange office or transfer via bank. On Winngie, you can find people to exchange currency on your backpacking trip through Europe, or you can find someone to transfer your school fee during your internship in Los Angeles. Also, if you want to exchange leftover currency in your own home from your last trip of Thailand, you can exchange through Winngie and save money by exchanging without giving any commission.

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Transferring Money Costs!

by Winngie

27 November 2019

General

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The money transfer industry is as old as the banking industry. At the past few years, it has been seen as exponential growth with a relation in rising number of immigrants in the developed countries.

Innovative and advanced technology changes the charge rule of banking industry. The average total cost of transferring money has been declining. According to the World Bank data, the global average plummeted to below 8.4% in the first quarter of 2014 from the 9% recorded a year earlier.

However, with all this growth, why isn’t the process of transferring money as smooth as it should be? Why are some remittance corridors paying negligible amount while others such as Saharan Africa pay is as high as 12% of the amount remitted?

Imagine you are going to transfer your friend $25 from the UAE. How much would he get? It is hard to tell if you have never done it before using the conventional system, all because of a myriad of hidden charges. Unless you are internet savvy, you cannot avoid a multitude of fees in addition to diluted exchange rates that accompany such a transaction. The draining of the lump sum involved is what many customers in this industry decry. The fees charged by Money Transfer Operators (MTOs) and their foreign currency exchange rates reduce the total amount sent. Even in the cases when you fall into the trap of the ‘fee-free rates’, the exchange rate is often too diluted to make up for the lost commissions.

While we may be quick to judge these MTOs as profits connoisseur, there is more to it than what meets the eye. Factors such as technology and infrastructure, and regulation and interoperability all play a role in cost structure and pricing.

For example, leading commercial banks with a global network that operates in this industry are slowly leaving citing the regulatory risks and a high cost of operation that eats on their profits.

Unlike Money Transfer Operators that can handle spoonful transactions, inter-bank systems are suitable for moving large sums of money. But governments are keen on large transfers owing to increased money laundering activities over the past two decades.

What’s more, it is a requirement for the players in this industry to know their customers, which raises serious privacy concern, apart from eating on your time as you fill out the forms to reveal your identity. Banks succeed here by making their money transfer from the customers to their account holders.

Just to remind you, Money Transfer Operators don’t have their independent networks in some regions and just partner with the local banks to reach their customers. Such partnership only means additional expenses, in which the end-consumer has to shoulder.

After putting all these factors into account, the problem rounds down to the government control. The numerous checkpoints initiated by the state agencies to mitigate fraud and money laundering, not only increasing the cost of doing business but also delaying transfers.

While any problem caused by the government is not often easy to overcome, this one is! The answer does not involve engaging in activism or media campaigns but lies on technology. Does Winngie ring a bell?

Winngie is a well-know platform that you transfer your money to anywhere in the world with based on platform that you can find someone who else to transfer same as you do. It is a great capability to find a platform that also eases up your transfer and makes the cost cheaper.

To use Winngie to transfer money, you need to create an account and your recipient needs one too. The rest is as simple as matching like tinder. You fill the amount you want to send , enter the address of the recipient, and click send.

There are lots of benefits that come with embracing Winngie as means of money transfer. However, there are three outstanding reasons namely:

  1. Fast: Unlike the Western Union or Money Gram transfers that take days to be processed, Winngie system is almost instant. The money reflects on the system a few seconds after it is sent but may take up to an hour to be available for withdrawal.
  2. Cheap: Winngie is a peer-to-peer network and, therefore, eliminates the roles played by third parties. You only pay negligible fees, and there are no hidden charges.
  3. Privacy: While using this network, you do not need to worry about somebody snooping around your finances. What’s more, the transactions are protected and devoid of your personal details.

 

Overall, Winngie is an amazing platform that you can find a good way to transfer while you are staying at your home and not going out to find a way to handle your transfer. It gives you possibility to transfer small amount of money that normally costs more than the original amount. Here you go with the Winngie Exchange and Send Money Mobile App to start matching with people around you.

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