Omanye Money, a UK based Payment Institution registered with the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), whose services are largely targeted at the unbanked and under-banked world-wide, has introduced its services in the UK.
The chairman and founder of Omanye, Sammy Crabbe in an interview stated that ‘’Omanye Money will introduce its services to top level executives and decision makers in business, education, entertainment , media in the developing world and unbanked individuals throughout the world. Omanye will introduce them to the first ever international payment solution that allows the acquisition of merchants from less developed countries , a segment that has largely been shunned by the major payment service and card providers – Our platform will usher the third world into the Global Economic arena’’.
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