The Western Union Company (WU), a leader in global payment services, and Cash Money, an industry-leading provider of convenient cash advances and financial services, have announced that they will be extending their more than 20-year relationship.
Western Union international and domestic money transfer and money orders and bill payment services will continue to be available at more than 170 Cash Money Agent locations.
Through these services, funds can be sent from Cash Money Agent locations to nearly half a million Western Union Agent locations in more than 200 countries and territories around the globe.
The Western Union® global money transfer system offers Cash Money—and customers—true international connectivity via cross-border money transfers in minutes* between consumers, and also from consumers to businesses within Canada.
“By joining forces with Western Union, Agents like Cash Money gain a convenient way to meet consumer demand to send money locally and globally,” said Juan Carlos Blanco, Vice President and General Manager for Western Union, Canada.
Western Union services also provide the trustworthiness and reliability synonymous with the 160-year old brand.
Cash Money, headquartered in Toronto, has a large and expanding footprint across Canada, and has served millions of customers since opening in 1992.
“Our relationship with Western Union has proved invaluable, as we are able to provide options to serve customers and assist with their financial transactions,” said Kris Schinke, Vice President of Store Operations for Cash Money.
To find the nearest Cash Money location with Western Union services, visit www.cashmoney.ca and click on “Find a Store.”
* Service and funds availability depends on certain factors including the Service selected, the select ion of delayed delivery options, special terms applicable to each Service, amount sent, destination country, currency availability, regulatory issues, consumer protection issues, identification requirements, delivery restrictions, agent location hours, and differences in time zones (collectively, “Restrictions”).