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RIA FINANCIAL
RIA Financial
        
Welcome to Ria Financial Services, the third-largest global money transfer company. Since 1987 we have endeavored successfully to provide a cost effective, secure and fast alternative to send money to the families and loved ones of our customers worldwide.
Locations: Worldwide
Advantages
1. More than one transfer option.
2. Company is listed on NASDAQ.
3. Many world locations.
Disadvantages
1. Vague on fees and charges.
2. Must visit agent to find out what fees are, if transferring online, fee.
3. will appear after all data is entered.
4. Hard to gain information from website.
Terms and Conditions
RIA is a subsidiary of Euronet Worldwide Inc. They are listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange - trading symbol EEFT. RIA's fee structure is change from time to time - to RIA's sole discretion.
Transfers Methods and Costs
Transfer Methods: Cash, Online
Transfer Speed: 24 hours
Payment Methods: Cash via agent Credit Card via online
Fee Structure: Not specified
Requirements: ID (such as passport)
Minimum: 10
Maximum: 2500
Number Of Currencies: 0
Currencies Available:
Security Statement
RIA Financial Services operates a full Privacy Policy. RIA adheres to the Safe Harbor Principles issued by the United States Department of Commerce.
        
REVIEWS
RIA Financial (Which Way To Pay - 20/3/2009)
RIA Financial is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

3 Star Rating

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