TransferGo reaches two million customers worldwide and launches in 11 new markets

TransferGo reaches two million customers worldwide and launches in 11 new markets
17.06.2020 09:31 am

TransferGo reaches two million customers worldwide and launches in 11 new markets

Money Transfers

TransferGo, one of the world’s fastest growing money transfer companies, today announced that its global customer base has surpassed two million and continues to grow by thousands each day. The company is also announcing that it has launched in 11 new markets, with the service now available in countries including Japan, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and Ghana.

Based in London, UK, TransferGo’s customer base is predominantly made up of migrants who send money home to their families. It is the quickest, most reliable remittance company in Europe and has built a much-loved brand based on transparency, trust, and user experience, which is reflected in its Trustpilot score of 4.8 and an NPS of 76.

TransferGo CEO and co-founder, Daumantas Dvilinskas said, “We are thrilled that so many people across the world are using TransferGo to send money overseas. We strive to put our users at the forefront of everything we do and reaching this milestone is testament to the customer-centricity of our business.”

Since launching, TransferGo has facilitated over seven million transactions, with the number of remittances made daily increasing significantly since many countries went into lockdown earlier this year. 

Dvilinskas continues, “With footfall decreasing dramatically in high-street financial services companies, anyone looking to send money abroad to friends and family has become reliant on digital-first money transfer services. With a continued march towards a cashless society, our service is becoming more vital than ever, and we’re working diligently to support the evolving needs of both new and existing customers in these challenging circumstances.”

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