eRemit provides a complete end-to-end cross border money transfer infrastructure connecting Malaysia to over 200 countries and territories worldwide.
AS the Covid-19 pandemic grips the world throughout this year, governments had been forced to restrict the movement of their citizens to stem the tide of infection, instituting lockdowns throughout the worldwide.
Here in Malaysia, the government’s movement control order (MCO) has left an indelible mark on our daily lives, as most daily activities came to a halt.
Among the badly impacted communities were the already struggling migrant workers who sent money home. They would normally do that over-the-counter at any money transfer operator outlet, all of which were closed during the MCO.
As the situation became dire worldwide and restrictions became tighter, foreign employees turn to their employers for assistance, prompting many Malaysian companies and households to search for alternative solutions of sending either their maid’s or workers’ salaries home during the widespread global lockdown.
Award-winning eRemit Malaysia takes the lead with its fully digital, and electronic know-your customer (eKYC) registration processes developed by Merchantrade Asia, Malaysia’s largest money services business, which also owns eRemit Singapore.
eRemit Malaysia enables real-time online transfers globally, customers are able to complete the entire registration process online without the need of going into a branch.
For almost 13 years it has been trusted by thousands for near instantaneous money transfers, a complete end-to-end cross border money transfer infrastructure connecting Malaysia to over 200 countries and territories worldwide to bank accounts, cash pickup agents, e-wallets, and more.
Merchantrade has developed multiple award-winning digital products and has established a network of over 100 branches, five wholesale banknote hubs and close to 500 agent locations in Malaysia.