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JN Money Website Gives Customers Additional Service

Fri 29 Dec, 2017

Jamaicans living in UK and Canada can send funds directly to their financial institution (s) in Jamaica from the convenience of their home or on the go using the JN Money website,

The online service allows customers to send money transfers to financial institutions in Jamaica from anywhere at any time for costs as low as $1 or £1. “We continue to be creative in how we allow our customers to stay connected with Jamaica,” explained Horace Hines, general manager, JN Money Services, owners and operators of the JN Money brand.

“By introducing a web-based platform that allows for real time transactions, we also wanted our customers to be able to conduct all their transactions to Jamaica with JN Money Online regardless of the type. Customers now have access to a range of services and we will be adding more shortly.”
Mr. Hines said, enabling customers to send funds to any Jamaican financial institution facilitates increased savings and assists customers in honouring their commitments in Jamaica.

“The funds will be deposited in the customer’s account at the financial institution within 2 – 5 business days. This service is in addition to sending remittances for cash pay-out as well as bill and mortgage payments,” he said. However, in Canada, due to regulations, JN Money cannot send funds to JN Bank accounts.   

To transfer funds to financial institutions in Jamaica, customers can simply visit and sign up for the service; which involves completing the registration.  Once registration is complete, the customer can then begin conducting their transactions. The online service is currently only available from UK and Canada. 

Mr. Hines added that many Jamaicans overseas retained ties to Jamaica and contributed to Jamaica’s economy by way of remittances.

“According to data from the Bank of Jamaica, Jamaicans living abroad sent home more than US$2.2 billion in remittances in 2016. Many have commitments here and this option will also ensure more remittances as well,” Mr. Hines added.