Money Transfer Via ExpressPay now at a charge of 1%
Online payment platform expressPay has announced a change in the charges for money transfer which is now at a fee of 1% of any amount transacted.
Mobile transfer charges to mobile money wallets and bank accounts have been dropped to just a percentage to ease the inconvenience of users.
This new move comes after several complaints of Ghanaians became prevalent and the company was left with no option than to liaise with partners to make every cedi count for users.
ExpressPay has earned the envious accolade of “the lowest priced payment app in Ghana” and set to receive some new customers in the coming days.
Services available on expressPay
ExpressPay is an eCommerce market place and a payment gateway provider that gives consumers real time access to services such as airtime for all the major telcos, Surfline internet, Vodafone broadband, DSTv, GOtv, amongst others.
It takes a few taps on your phone to get your service restored. It also offers real time payments for services such as schools and hotels with lots of other segments in the pipeline.
As a payment gateway provider, expressPay is an official Visa Payment Technology Provider (PTP) and one of the leading Visa eCommerce processor in Ghana.
The platform supports mobile money payments and all major international card networks – Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
Serving as a one stop shop for the payment needs of eCommerce merchants, expressPay endeavours to meet all the international security standards and is also PCI DSS certified.
Edward Kyei Frimpong-Mybeeponline