Esewa money transfer enters third year, remittance towards digitization


13th May, 2022 | Tourism Mail Crew


KATHMANDU, May 13: Esewa money transfer, which has been sending remittances to Nepal from more than 200 countries of the world, has entered its third year after completing two years. Esewa Money Transfer, a digital remittance company established under FinTech Company F1Soft Group on May 12, 2020, has entered its third year.

This remittance company is currently bringing remittances to Nepal with the help of more than 30 international remittance partners from more than 200 countries of the world.

The remittance company, which has been giving priority to digital remittance since its inception two years ago with the slogan 'My First Choice', is currently coordinating with more than 60 banks and financial institutions across the country through digital technology to remit remittances to customers' accounts.

Similarly, Nepalese living abroad are easily sending money through an e-service wallet with a network of more than 5 million users through esewa money transfer.

As remittances can be sent through digital technology, service recipients have been able to send remittances at low charges while sending remittances through e-service money transfer. The company has also expanded its service to every village and town in the country by expanding its agent network.

The company currently has a network of more than 18,000 agents across the country. With eSewa Money Transfer, customers can receive remittances instantly and send remittances across the country at low rates using internal remittance services. Through more than one lakh esewa agent networks and cash points in every region of the country, the service recipients are also receiving remittance services of e-service money transfer.

In addition, eSewa Money Transfer is offering attractive cashback offers targeting both remittance sending and receiving parties. Speaking on the occasion of the second anniversary, Chief Executive Officer of eSewa Money Transfer, Ajesh Koirala said, We are. '

Regarding the expansion of its services, he said, "We will continue to expand our services to more Nepalese by coordinating with more international partners in the coming days. And, we will facilitate them in the remittance business."