JN Money services launches online platform


JN Money services launches online platform

Friday, September 21, 2018

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JN Money Services (JNMS) has launched its JN Money Online service, which provides customers with more options and convenience to transmit funds; and, positions itself as the “remittance company of choice”, through increased digital access.

The new JN Money Online, a web-based platform, allows people in the US, United Kingdom and Canada to remit funds to any market in which JN Money operates, pay bills, and conduct transactions with third-party financial institutions in Jamaica.

“A part of our mission is to provide our customers with safety, affordability and convenience through multiple payment channels,” explained Horace Hines, general manager, JN Money Services, owners and operators of the JN Money brand, via news release.

“With technology becoming a dominant feature of the remittance industry, introducing our online platform gives customers safety, affordability and convenience while taking advantage of new technologies.”

JN Money Online was originally established in 2016, as an e-commerce site for Jamaicans in Canada to conduct transactions while 'on the go'; and, since then, the service has been expanded to the UK and the US.

“We initially launched in Canada, as that market included many young professionals, who maintain close ties with people in Jamaica. We knew that the service enabled them to conduct transactions anytime and anywhere; and provides the opportunity to honour their commitments in Jamaica; as well as contribute to the economy by way of remittances,” he explained.

“Our customers can send money via our online service to any of our locations and the money is received in real time,” he said.

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