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JN Bank customers can Send Funds to Accounts in JA Using JN Money Website

Thu 28 Sep, 2017

JN Bank members in the United Kingdom (UK) are responding positively to the new JN Money Services' website, which allows them to send money directly to their JN Bank accounts, pay bills and do transfers to other institutions.


Launched in the United Kingdom in February,, is currently available to anyone sending funds to their accounts in Jamaica. And, users of the website, do not need to have a JN Bank account to use the website to conduct transactions.

Ryan Brown, London resident and JN Bank member, said he signed up for the service because of the convenience. "It was fast. I enjoyed using it. And, I plan to use it again, because I find it to be efficient and reliable” he said.

Joy Clarke, another JN Bank customer and London resident, said she signed up for the service because it enables her to conduct transactions while she is "in transit."

“I use the site to check rates and send money," she said, "And, I plan to use it more often."


Horace Hines, acting General Manager, JN Money Services, owners and operators of the JN Money brand, said the service was introduced to the United Kingdom because of the large number of JN Bank members in that country.

“The United Kingdom is one of our largest markets and our customers have been requesting a service which enables them to conduct timely transactions, any time of the day. We, therefore, launched our online service in the UK earlier this year, responding to their requests,” he stated.

“Many of our customers also wanted to be able to send funds to their account, and we have launched the service to assist them," Mr Hines explained. "The response has been positive as a result of the convenience it offers. In addition, the cost to do transactions with JN Money is as low as £1."


He further noted that, “A new generation of Jamaicans in the UK are seeking safe, timely, affordable and convenient options to remit funds to Jamaica. Hence, our website enables them to conduct transactions from the convenience of their home, while in transit, or at work."

To conduct transactions, send money transfers and pay bills, customers can simply visit and follow the instructions provided.