Azimo offer Fee-free Money Transfers to Mexico to Support Millions in need
Sep25

Azimo offer Fee-free Money Transfers to Mexico to Support Millions in need

Offer allows much-needed funds to get to post-earthquake Mexico Digital money transfer service Azimo today announces it has waived its fees for money transfers sent to Mexico, following the recent earthquakes there that have killed  hundreds of people, and left millions without basic resources such as water and electricity. In the days following the earthquake, Azimo has seen a 15% increase in money transfers to Mexico as  people seek...

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ID Finance Grows Footprint in Latin America with Launch of Mexico Operations
Sep20

ID Finance Grows Footprint in Latin America with Launch of Mexico Operations

Alternative lender now issuing over 60,000 loans each month ID Finance has expanded its presence in Latin America with a launch into the Mexican online lending market. The announcement comes less than a year after the company launched operations in Brazil and represents another key milestone as it continues its aggressive global expansion. “It is an exciting time to be expanding our footprint in LatAm and we see enormous potential for...

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Payza Brings New Funding Options to Mexico, Bolstering Country’s E-Commerce
Apr07

Payza Brings New Funding Options to Mexico, Bolstering Country’s E-Commerce

Mexican Payza users can now use Mexican pesos for their online transactions and add funds to their Payza accounts via OXXO Payza announced that the Mexican Peso is an available currency within the Payza platform. Payza members in Mexico can now perform their Payza transactions using their local currency to make online purchases in pesos, and send pesos to other Payza members instantly. Pesos can also be converted within a Payza...

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The First Pan-Regional Marketplace Lender of Latin America Launched in Mexico
Oct10

The First Pan-Regional Marketplace Lender of Latin America Launched in Mexico

Afluenta announces the start of its operations in Mexico. The company goal is to extend to Mexicans better to invest and apply for credit in a safe and simple way, without the difficulties of having a bank as intermediary. In recent years, the digital age has allowed entrepreneurs from all around the world to materialize their ideas through new businesses and applications that provide a timely solution to various needs of users. The...

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Mexico’s Route to Financial Inclusion Starts by Reducing the Use of Cash
Jun24

Mexico’s Route to Financial Inclusion Starts by Reducing the Use of Cash

One of the largest economies in Latin America keeps growth momentum going by joining the United Nations’ Better Than Cash Alliance to foster a financially inclusive economy The Mexican Government is building on its successful economic growth and new financial inclusion policy by pledging to increase the ability of citizens, businesses and the government to make and receive digital payments. By joining the United Nations-based...

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