JN Money Transfer waives remittance fees to help in Haiti’s recovery from Matthew
JN Money Services, has announced that in an effort to bring relief to the people of Haiti who were devastated by the recent impact of Hurricane Matthew, the company has waived all fees on remittances being sent to that country. Haiti, is recovering from recover from the flooding and dislocations related to the storm which left more than 1000 persons dead and others missing.
Persons living in Haiti can access funds sent to them from any of the over 300 UniTransfer locations across the country.
“Whenever there is a disaster, remittances to the affected country normally increase; and, as many persons outside of Haiti seek to send funds to their relatives and friends, we have taken the decision to waive all remittance fees. This will result in persons being better able to assist their loved ones to get back on their feet,” said Horace Hines, Acting General Manager, JN Money Services.
The World Bank estimates that remittances to Haiti, with a population of about 10 million persons, form a significant portion of its Gross Domestic Product.
JN Money Services Limited, with head office based in Kingston, Jamaica, markets its services under the JN Money Transfer brand, with operations in the United Kingdom, United States of America, including offices in Lauderdale Lakes, South Florida, Canada, Ghana, the Philippines and across the Caribbean.
The company began operating in Haiti last year, an addition to its established network across the Caribbean, with operations in Guyana, The Cayman Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Dominica, Antigua and Barbuda, as well as, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.