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1980 - for the first time in the history of Western Union revenues from money transfers exceeded the income from the telegraph service. The presence of Western Union Gold Card at the client greatly simplifies the process of further processing of money transfers of and reduces the operation time for the sending of money, as the "Gold Card" is a carrier of the personal information about the client. 1970 - a new service called Leaving the idea of expansion into Europe, Western Union took up the expansion of services in the U.S. market. Western Union for more than 130 years provides money transfer services to its customers. Sibley, the founder of Western Union, did not build a new telegraph lines, and persuaded the other players to join. American Telegraph Company, however, still had to buy it. Gold Card Loyalty Program Western Union The project of congressmen involved the construction of lines with the length of two thousand miles in 10 years. Western Union handled the government task within 112 days. The secret of Sibley was simple: he used the tactics of the "Western Union". Western Union incomes for 2007 have made $4,9 billion US dollars, and the quantity of transactions has made 572 million.


Western union sending money to New Zealand

1970 - a new service called Leaving the idea of expansion into Europe, Western Union took up the expansion of services in the U.S. market. The presence of Western Union Gold Card at the client greatly simplifies the process of further processing of money transfers of and reduces the operation time for the sending of money, as the "Gold Card" is a carrier of the personal information about the client.


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The size of the commission fee for the transfer is charged according to the Western Union tariffs and depends on the amount of money sent. In 1914 Western Union engineers invented the first payment card - a prototype of the modern credit card. In the 1910-1920 years. Western Union is actively engaged in researching, innovating in the field of data transmission. In the Western Union in the 30s of the 20th century worked 14 thousand couriers delivering telegrams.