Money transfer agent locations

Services "Coinstar Money Transfer" are available in more than 10,000 representative offices in 80 countries at affordable prices. The sender can also send free short text message, together with a remittance Coinstar Money Transfer. On June 1, 2007 the system "Travelex Money Transfer" has been changed its name to "Coinstar Money Transfer". Coinstar transfers cost in one and a half or two times cheaper than the Westren Union and MoneyGram. Sale of insurance products in bank networks is possible due to the connecting of the insurance companies to the Integration processing system of Coinstar Money Transfer. The receiver produces to the bank the original of identification card and Coinstar money transfer control number. To date, Coinstar Money Transfer controls the agency network of more than 16,500 locations in more than 135 countries around the world. Client can add a remittance of Coinstar Money Transfer with a small message. This service provided free of charge by the system.


Coinstar Money Transfer (CMT) Locations in NIGERIA

On June 1, 2007 the system "Travelex Money Transfer" has been changed its name to "Coinstar Money Transfer". Coinstar transfers cost in one and a half or two times cheaper than the Westren Union and MoneyGram. The sender can also send free short text message, together with a remittance Coinstar Money Transfer.


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E-payment service Coinstar E-Payment, a division of Coinstar Money Transfer, entered into an agreement with the companies offering prepaid cards for Facebook and MySpace, as well as for the popular massively multiplayer online games. The system "Coinstar Money Transfer" allows to transfer money in U.S. dollars and Euro in most countries of the world. Coinstar Eurasia company has created a revolutionary technology to expand sales channels for participants in the insurance business. Money transfers via "Coinstar Money Transfer" guarantee confidence, speed and convenience. Until June 1, 2007 the system of "Coinstar Money Transfer" was called "Travelex Money Transfer".