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Enable bank or bank-less customers to go to any ATM, insert currency
and have a recipient visit any ATM domestically or internationally and
have funds dispensed. I feel that utilizing ATMs as a transfer
mechanism will change the money transfer industry.
Today, Envelope-free ATMs can scan cash instantly, which makes it possible to allow customers to send cash to other ATMs instantly. Recipients can get cash from friends and family by clicking on "Get Cash" button and entering a authorization code provided by the sender, the cash is then dispensed. No bank account required. With a daily sending limit of $800.00 USD. A card is provided to senders that allows them to send cash via ATM to ATMs in Mexico or other places like France.
Today only western union and moneygram take the market dosmestically and internationally when sending cash within minutes. Mexicans use western union because it does not require a bank account or any other account. The solution allows banks to get into the money transfer market with envelope-free ATMs connected to ATM's in Mexico from banks like HSBC that owns 5000+ ATMs in Mexico.
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