Al Ansari Exchange to exempt Nepalese customers from money transfer charges

01 May 2015

Al Ansari Exchange, the UAE-based company that provides worldwide remittance and foreign exchange services, has announced its recent move to exempt its Nepalese customers from being charged money transfer fees when using the Worldwide Cash Express’ money transfer service for a period of Two weeks. The temporary exemption is expected to help Nepalese expats in the UAE to send more money without any charge to their families who have been affected by the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal earlier this week, resulting in thousands of deaths.

Mohammad Ali Al Ansari, Chairman and Managing Director, Al Ansari Exchange, offered his sincerest condolences to families of the victims—relaying the company’s deepest sympathies to Nepalese customers residing and working in the UAE. “Al Ansari Exchange joins the global community in expressing its sympathies and condolences to those who have lost their families and friends from this devastating earthquake. Our move to exempt Nepalese customers from being charged for money transfer fees reflect our aim to stand by their side during these difficult times— providing them with the services and facilities they need to help their relatives and family members to pass this crisis, which we all hope to end soon. Rest assured, Al Ansari Exchange remains steadfast in its commitment towards social responsibility by lending support and assistance to social and humanitarian issues.”

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