How to deposit small amount local currency and withdraw to another one via Epay?

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According to a report released by the World Bank, the total amount of foreign workers remit to their countries has reached a new level in 2017, but the cost of remittances is rising.

According to statistics, in the first quarter of 2018, the global average cost of remittances of $200 has increased to 7.1%. The lead author of the report Dilip Ratha said: “Although the amount of remittances is increasing, the countries, companies, and development agencies should reduce the cost of high remittances so that these families can receive more money.”

The World Bank called on countries to take steps to streamline procedures to reduce costs, including implementing more efficient technology.

A Hong Kong resident working in the United States wants to send his salary to a family member in Hong Kong. The family can only use Hong Kong dollars in Hong Kong, so he needs a wallet that can deposit US dollars and withdraw Hong Kong dollars.

Epay launches local currency deposit and withdrawal service

Wire transfer is a common way of international remittance, but the cost is not low, and the amount is not small. Fortunately, Epay has fully opened the channels for small local currency deposit and withdrawal. Payment currency supports HKD, USD, JPY and AUD!

Users can deposit HKD, USD, JPY and AUD to Epay, and exchange to USD, GBP, EUR, HKD and JPY.and support to withdraw to family members’ bank account.

The rate is less and speed is fast, and the remittance amount can be as low as HK$1,000!


Focus on global payment for more than 4 years, Epay business scope covers all over the world.

Epay was established on March 21, 2014. It is headquartered in Hong Kong and has branches in China, the United Kingdom, and Samoa. As the first domestic international payment company, Epay has more than 3,000 local payment agents, providing convenient global electronic payment services for businesses and individuals, and providing wire transfer, e-wallet payments such as PM, Advcash, Payeer and so on.


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