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Payza Launches New Service to Facilitate Money Transfers to Bangladesh

Payza logo 140x60px Payza has announced a new service, SimplySendBD, to facilitate money transfers to Bangladesh.

This new low-cost, convenient and fast online service will enable Payza members to send money to friends and family in Bangladesh, regardless of whether or not they have a Payza account. Earlier this year, Payza became the first online payment processor to be licensed by the country’s central bank, Bangladesh Bank. According to the bank’s estimate, there was more than $14 billion in remittances that entered the country in 2012.

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