WorldRemit, the leading online service that lets people send money to friends and family from abroad easily–using a computer, smartphone or tablet has launched an attractive customer reward system through referrals.
WorldRemit now gives each customer that refers another person to their service £20–and the referred customer also receives £20, provided the new customer transfers £100 or more using their service.
This is pretty simple: WorldRemit is, in fact, a leading money transfer service with the lowest industry charges, backed by reliability and convenience–therefore, introducing another person to such a brilliant money transfer service should be easy.
This is how it works…
1. After registering and sending money via WorldRemit, you will get access to your unique referral code. Referral code can be obtained by logging into your account (which you must have already used to send money) and clicking on ‘Refer a friend’ in the top navigation or in the ‘My account’ drop down.
2. You will then be able to give the referral code to friends and family who are new to WorldRemit.
3. Ask your friends and family to enter this code in the referral code box when they sign up for a WorldRemit account.
4. Once your friend or family has sent £100 or more, you’ll each be emailed a £20 WorldRemit voucher within 10 working days.
With just your bank card and access to the internet, you can wire money to Ghana from the comfort of your home or work.
Note that, apart from WorldRemit’s instant MTN Mobile and Airtel Money transfer services to Ghana, they also have options where the recipient can receive his or her remittance at one of their many pick up outlets across Ghana or the money can be directly sent to a specific bank account in Ghana.
Sometimes remittances are needed for emergencies and speed is key. If time is of the essence and you need to receive the money urgently, you want to be sure it’s arriving via the fastest service possible–and that’s when WorldRemit comes in.
WorldRemit offers transfers to more than 120 destinations across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Americas.
For more information, visit www.worldremit.com or download the app on iOS or Android.