Bank of Ghana Approves RightCard for Remittance Services to Ghana

Bank of Ghana Approves RightCard for Remittance Services to Ghana
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RightCard Payment Services Limited, also known as LemFi, has received official approval from the Bank of Ghana (BoG) to resume its remittance services to Ghana in collaboration with approved partners.

This decision underscores RightCard’s dedication to offering secure and efficient services while adhering to the regulatory framework set forth by the Bank of Ghana. RightCard made the announcement regarding the resumption of its services to Ghana on Monday, February 5, following a temporary suspension of its money transfer services in November 2023.

RightCard Payment Services Limited, operating under the brand name LemFi, is now authorized to recommence its operations in Ghana through approved payment companies, specifically BigPay and ExpressPay. LemFi, renowned for its innovative services and products available through the LemFi app across various markets, holds a license as an Electronic Money Institution granted by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom.

Precious Ama Kwartemaa Oduro, LemFi’s Country Manager, expressed appreciation to the Bank of Ghana and the partnering companies for their collaborative efforts in facilitating the restoration of services. Oduro remarked, “We are resuming our operations with a heightened understanding and are better equipped to meet the evolving needs of the Ghanaian market.”

LemFi’s reentry into the Ghanaian market underscores a renewed focus on customer satisfaction, strengthened partnerships with key stakeholders, and an unwavering commitment to promoting financial inclusion. Both existing and prospective customers can now avail themselves of LemFi’s competitive exchange rates, zero transaction fees, and instantaneous transfer delivery by downloading the LemFi app from the iOS or Google Play Store.

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