Vietnam: OKLink launches real-time delivery to banks, mobile wallets and same-day transfer via cash

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OKLink partners can now transfer up to US$10,000 to Vietnam via a bank account, cash pickup or mobile wallet for a total delivery fee of 0.5%, calculated at the mid-market exchange rate with no hidden charges.

Remittances from Vietnamese overseas remains a key part of the country’s economy, equivalent to about 7 percent of gross domestic product according to 2015 data from the World Bank.

Using OKLink, independent transfer companies can allow customers to send money to Vietnam much quicker and at a rate much cheaper than incumbents like Transferwise.

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Whether you’re a multinational company, e-commerce merchant, or a transfer company serving remittance needs to Vietnam, your customers can now make transactions within 30 minutes to any account with 27 banks; within the same day to cash pick-up locations across the country; and real-time to ATM cards with 22 banks. In addition, we support real-time transfers to mobile wallets via Vimo, a mobile payment platform that handles fund transfers, bill payments, online shopping, top-ups, and cash withdrawal.

Here are more details on sending to Vietnam with OKLink:

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Payouts are currently available at 27 banks via deposit accounts and 22 banks via ATM cards, including:

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From now until 31 March 2017, OKLink is subsidizing all fees on the first US$100,000 of cross-border transfers for every partner on the OKLink network.

 

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