Oakland, CA (PRWEB) July 20, 2011
TIGRA is excited to announce ATMCASH as our newest ally in promoting community reinvestment and consumer empowerment in the money transfer industry. ATMCASH offers the most inexpensive, convenient and socially-responsible solution to sending money to loved ones back home, leveraging MasterCard’s network of 1.5 million ATM machines worldwide. Customers can send money online at ATMCASH.com and via the phone at 888 ATM-CASH. Immigrants from the Philippines, Mexico, Bangladesh and over 150 other countries, can now securely and economically send money home – while supporting community development projects both in the US and abroad.
TIGRA Accreditation represents ATMCASH’s pledge to provide a transparent and accountable remittance platform –and, for every Remit4Change member that signs up for their service, ATMCASH will reinvest $20 into our community organizations. They will also continue to donate another $1 for every transaction our members make.
Says ATMCASH founder and CEO Jonathan Cooper, “It is important for us to give back to the same communities that we service and our partnership with TIGRA achieves that goal. We at ATMCASH always strive to meet and exceed the expectations of our current and future customers seeking to send money with the fast, secure, and convenient service that ATMCASH guarantees.”
Francis Calpotura, founder and executive director of TIGRA, echoed this outlook: “We’re thrilled to have ATMCASH aboard, as the newest socially-responsible remittance product on the market. We’ve tested their technology, their customer service agents, everything – and this is definitely a company that is going to make a splash. Most importantly, though, this is a company that is going to make a CHANGE – in agreeing to donate $20 per user. We can really make a difference in how companies and communities jointly approach sustainable development projects around the world.”
ATMCASH will figure prominently in TIGRA’s Remit4Change platform, an online hub that connects remittance companies and immigrant communities around issues of financial literacy, remitter empowerment, and sustainable development in migrants’ home countries.