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Coinstar
        
Coinstar is a money transfer system specially suited to individuals based away from home who need to send money to family and friends. With over 23000 locations worldwide and operates in 143 countries.
Locations: 143 countries worldwide
Advantages
1. There are many options for transferring money
2. The website is clear and the system is easy to understand
3. Simple, safe way to send money worldwide
4. Recipients do not need bank account to receive funds
Disadvantages
1. Vague on fees
2. Vague on Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions
Coinstar Inc is a NASDAQ listed company. See website for deatils.
Transfers Methods and Costs
Transfer Methods: Cash Agents, Bank Transfer, Home Delivery
Transfer Speed: Instant
Payment Methods: Cash, Credit or Debit Card
Fee Structure: Depends on amount of transfer. Coinstar recommend contacting an agents for pricing.
Requirements: Sender: Photo ID and receiver's details. Receiver: Photo ID and CMT number.
Minimum: 10
Maximum: 3000
Number Of Currencies: 0
Currencies Available:
Security Statement
Coinstar will collect personal information based on application. They will use said information but only for the purpose for which they tell you it has been collected, and within data protection law. Coinstar maintain security standards regarding unauthorised access to customer personal information. Coinstar will not share personal customer information with any third party unless permitted to do so by you.
        

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