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Types of remittance services?

There are several ways you can transfer money overseas. The more common way of remittance are Bank Transfer and Cash Pickup services....

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CurrencyFair is an Irish based peer-to-peer money transfer company recently launched in Singapore. Founded in 2009, they have processed over SGD 14...

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About InstaReM  InstaReM, a Singapore-based is an award-winning Fintech for its innovative remittance solutions. They focused on transparent exchange rates and charge a...

Is it a good time to remit money?

You have been working very hard abroad so that your family can have better life back home. A substantial part of your...

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For years, CashChanger has been providing you the latest exchange rates of the money changers in the market. We endeavour to provide...

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What is a remittance payment?

A remittance is a payment that gets sent somewhere else. To remit is to send money or make a payment and what you send is called remittance.

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