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CHEQUEPOINT
Chequepoint
        
Chequepoint is an international financial services brand which operates in over 57 countries and offer a range of financial services including international money transfer. Send money from UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain, Czech Republic and Hong Kong.
Locations: 57 countries worldwide
Advantages
1. Secure way to send cash worldwide
2. Quick transfer
3. Added services including the Chequepoint Prepaid Card
Disadvantages
1. Minimum and maximum transfer amount differ per locations
2. Very vague on fees
3. No Online transfer system
4. Transfer via agents only
Transfers Methods and Costs
Transfer Methods: Agent Only
Transfer Speed: 10 Mins
Payment Methods: Cash, Credit or Debit Card
Fee Structure: Very vague on fees, Min and Max change per location.
Requirements: ID is required, varies according to location.
Minimum: 10
Maximum: 2500
Number Of Currencies: 0
Currencies Available:
Security Statement
Chequepoint is committed to anti-money laundering. They claim to have high priority on regulatory compliance including anti-money laundering compliance. Chequepoint has secured all licenses in all jurisdictions to enable it to carry out financial services. Chequepoint is a founder member of the UK Money Transmitters Association. This Associatin has high customer service standards.
        
REVIEWS
Chequepoint (Which Way To Pay - 20/3/2009)
Chequepoint is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

3 Star Rating

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