I’m sure you are tired of the mounting issues faced when paying your bills in Zimbabwe. Just getting the money into your bank account in Zimbabwe, if you are working or living in the diaspora is a pain and can be a challenge. You may have experienced some of the challenges below each time…
We may live in a digital, fast-paced world, though a proportion of our would-be customers are unbanked and many older customers do not like to use their cards to pay online fearing security risks. ZymPay endeavors to reach out to, and provide value to all senders and beneficiaries in order to help pay cross-border bills,…
If you live in Zimbabwe, then you might be one of the millions of people who rely upon money transfer remittance, sometimes just to buy basic things.
With no sign of ease in the ongoing cash crisis in Zimbabwe, few things are harder to pay than school fees.
To pay a bill in another country means money transfer, which is expensive.
Pay a bill abroad – like your Granny’s electricity – and she’ll get an SMS with the token for her meter.
Knowing that money sent is used for the reason it was requested is a real concern for those that support friends and family back home.